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Domestic work; one of the main form of women and Girl Child Exploitation
Mission for African Mothers. Domestic work; one of the main form of women and Girl Child Exploitation

Goal 5 of the Sustainable Development Goals aims at “achieving gender equality and empowering all women and girls” in all spheres of their lives. The UN estimates through its studies that; In sub-Saharan Africa, girls still face barriers to entering both primary and secondary schools. 

The Challenge!

Challenges Faced by Single Mothers, and how to overcome them.
Mission for African Mothers. Challenges Faced by Single Mothers, and how to overcome them.

Parenting is a not easy and single parenting is tougher as it entails added responsibilities. A single parent has to face continuous newer challenges every day. A proper schedule if made will make the task much easier. Here are some common challenges faced by single parents and the ways to overcome them. Read on.

Giving birth and raising a child is al...

The Top 9 Internet Safety TIPS for your Children and Family Members.
Mission for African Mothers. The Top 9 Internet Safety TIPS for your Children and Family Members.

1. First educate yourself, then, your child. 

Banning a child from certain sites may only motivate them to spend more time on them, whereas educating your child on how to keep safe will give them the tools they need to navigate their online world without being hurt; from not posting personal information to a site to understanding that people ...

Our Impact in Improving the lives of the girl child, Women and Mothers
Mission for African Mothers. Our Impact in Improving the lives of the girl child, Women and Mothers

1. POLLINATION PROJECT

With a grant of $1,000 from Pollination Project, Mission for African Mothers implemented the Girl Empowerment Project in 2014 in 3 schools of Olio, Idupa, and Odungura Primary Schools in Serere district of Uganda. 

Project rationale

Harnessing the Potential of Women is a Collective Responsibility:
Mission for African Mothers. Harnessing the Potential of Women is a Collective Responsibility:

Women empowerment means empowering women to be able to make their own choices about their lives in a community that offers equal opportunities to all without any discrimination on the grounds of gender, social status, cultural norms, and age. We all have a responsibility to promote the concerns of women and the girl child in our country because; 

"When women succeed, nations ar...

Principles of Women Empowerment
Mission for African Mothers. Principles of Women Empowerment

PRINCIPLES OF WOMEN EMPOWERMENT

Principle 1: Establish high-level corporate leadership for gender equality:

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