For the mamas of the world – we honour you!

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We are committed to celebrating the many roles that women play in our lives.

Our organisation is made up of daughters, sisters, nieces, aunts and a couple of mothers too.
In fact, three of our team members as well a Board member have welcomed four new babes into the world – two boys, two girls. Equality, right?! It seems we’re populating the next generation of change makers here at The Global Women’s Project. Suffice it to say it’s been a busy start to the year! 

This Sunday, May 8th, is an opportunity for us to celebrate the vital role that mothers play in our global community. They give life. They nurture. They care. They lead. They teach. They are nothing short of amazing. 

As you know, we work alongside a couple of grassroots women’s organisations in Nepal and Cambodia to improve the lives of women in some of the most disadvantaged communities in the world. 
Often these women are single mothers, either divorced or widowed, with low literacy levels and few prospects to support themselves and their families. 
Through the programs we support, many of these women have become primary bread-winners and equal decision-makers in their families and we believe that deserves to be celebrated! 
We can’t think of a better way to celebrate them than by investing in them on Mother’s Day! Your financial investment can give these mothers the support they need to thrive.

Honour the mothers of the world this Mother’s Day by making an investment in The Global Women’s Project. Visit our MyCause page… and make sure you download the e-certificate to give to your special mum. 

 

Happy Mother's Day!

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The Global Women’s Project believes every woman should be able to determine her own life. We give women across the developing world the tools they need to build better lives for themselves. The Global Women’s Project is a DGR accredited non-profit organisation based in Melbourne, Australia.

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