We work to eradicate extreme poverty by empowering women and children
Focus on education, healthcare, and economic advancement
The Floating Hospital
Keep a Child Alive
Khaled Hosseini Foundation
UN Foundation’s Girl Up Campaign
The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), Africa Fistula Foundation
United Nations Women’s Guild
Village Enterprise Fund
Women for Women International
Golf for a great cause by joining us at Cherry Valley Club in New York on 22 September. All proceeds will support Kilimanjaro Initiative’s work of empowering youth from disadvantaged communities in Africa.
View the replay of our webinar to learn about microsavings programs and examples of how they are being used to alleviate extreme poverty.
We are touched by the gracious letter we received from Ms. Anne-Marie Grey, Executive Director and CEO of USA for UNHCR:
“…On behalf of the refugees whom we serve, I would like to extend my deepest gratitude for your considerable efforts to launch the online fundraising campaign and the generous matching of the UNFCU Foundation. The funds raised bolster UNHCR’s Lifeline Program in Jordan that supports the most vulnerable families in Syria…in February alone, over 134,000 refugees were supported in Jordan through Lifeline.”
Thank you to USA for UNHCR for your great work. We are happy to help. This is another example of successful partnerships at work.
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Photo credits: The Floating Hospital image: The Floating Hospital/Doug Goodman; Hope Abides image: Hope Abides/Shana Nunez; Keep a Child Alive image: Keep a Child Alive; Khaled Hosseini Foundation image: Khaled Hosseini Foundation/GoodWeave © U.Roberto Romano; Kilimanjaro Initiative image: Kilimanjaro Initiative; Trickle Up image: Trickle Up/Florie Bielsa; UN Foundation image: UN Foundation; UNFPA image: UNFPA/Kori Habib; Village Enterprise image: Village Enterprise/Sarah Ackerley; Women for Women image: Women for Women International