Global Partnerships

Global Partnerships

Global Women supports community based, women-led initiatives that are focused empowering women and girls. 

Partnerships

Central Asia

Global Women partners with Monika at Seven Trees/Zheti-Agash Public Fund in Central Asia as she runs a home for young, formerly incarcerated women. We do not name this Central Asian country to help protect the project leader. GW funds sewing supplies, maintenance of machines, and a stipend for instructors so that at-risk women can learn an income-generating skill.

Initiative: Economic Development


Costa Rica

Global Women partners with Melanie and Patricia at Sonrisas Con Esperanza Costura in Guarari de Heredia, San José, where the sewing project trains women to make patterns and produce clothing for their families and neighbors, especially required school uniforms. Women will also sew items that can be sold to teams that come from the U.S. to generate income for the ministry. GW is providing funds for sewing machines, fabric, and supplies.

Initiative: Economic Development


Cuba 

Global Women partners with Shalom Baptist Church in Boca, Mariel, as they organize an agricultural cooperative to allow women to gain skills needed to provide a sustainable income and improve the quality of life for their their families as well as their community. 

Initiative: Economic Development


Haiti 

Global Women partners with Global Health Action as they desire to increase the number of healthy mothers and healthy babies. GW funds provide continuing education for 61 Traditional Birth Attendants (TBA) in Petit Goâve. In the absence of easily accessible maternity centers, the trained TBAs provide the only safe delivery option for poor, rural mothers. See the work of these global partners.

Initiative: Maternal Health


Haiti 

Global Women partners with Global Health Action as they work with the local community in Trouin, to start a women’s cooperative project. This project will provide women who live on less than $2 a day with goats, shelters, and training to sustain an income-producing healthy herd.

Initiative: Economic Development 


India 

Global Women partners with Mary at The Tribal Women and Children’s Ministries in Hyderabad as they educate 43 girls from their orphanage and the surrounding community helping to improve their quality of life.

Initiative: Education 


Malaysia  

Global Women partners with two Tenaganita shelters to provide safe houses for sex trafficking victims. Here they can wait on resolution of their cases, access the services they need, as well as heal emotionally, physically, and spiritually. Short-term services also help empower these women as they gain new skills to help them rebuild their lives.

Initiative: End Sex Trafficking


Moldova, Chisinau 

Global Women partners with Beginning of Life in Chisinau as they work with vulnerable women and victims of social injustice (human trafficking, domestic violence, sexual abuse, etc). Global Partner, Yulia directs the Psychological Art Studio (PAS) that combines art and psychological care. Natasha directs the rehabilitation and restoration programs including the House of Change. GW helps fund counseling which includes women at the House of Change. GW also funds a camp for women that have been victims of trafficking or are high risk of being victims. See the work of these global partners.

Initiative: End Sex Trafficking 


Moldova, Comrat 

Global Women partners with Beginning of Life in Comrat as they provide holistic support to at risk young women to prevent human trafficking and exploitation. GW funds monthly events to prevent girls from vulnerable families from becoming sex trafficking victims. 

Initiative: End Sex Trafficking 


Myanmar (Burma)

Global Women partners with Naw Paw Gaw and The ZOE Development Center in Yangon as they provide a six-month Community Health Worker training to prepare young women from poor communities to earn a sustainable livelihood in health care. GW scholarships make it possible for women to complete the residential program; often their only hope for training and an income-producing job in the future. Global Partner, Paw Gaw, lives at the center and coordinates the training.

Initiative: Economic Development 


Myanmar (Burma) 

Global Women Partners with Naw Paw Gaw and The Hope Center located outside of Yangon as they prepare vulnerable young women to earn a sustainable living through traditional loom weaving. GW funds will help provide a larger loom and supplies. Income from the sale of products is helping fund a sexual violence awarenss and prevention program. In addition, caring programs are being made available to victims of sexual violence. 

Initiative: Economic Development 


Myanmar (Burma) 

Global Women partners with the Women’s Department of the Myanmar Baptist Convention in Yangon as they provide two Community Health Helper Trainings, sewing training, and computer training to help women gain job skills. GW funds provide supplies for these training programs.

Initiative: Economic Development


Romania  

Global Women partners with The Naomi Center for Women in Bucharest as they train women the income-generating skill of sewing. GW funds sewing supplies for this program. Through the sewing program next year 45 women will learn how to sew.

Initiative: Economic Development 


Uganda 

Global Women partners with the sewing program at the Center of Hope in Kampala as they seek to empower refugee women with a vocational skill that will enable them to support their families. GW funds provide a monthly stipend for the sewing instructors, materials, and sewing machines.

Initiative: Economic Development


Uganda  

Global Women partners with the Center of Hope in Kampala for a newly created cooking program as part of expanding vocational training programs for refugee women. Through a "Taste of Hope," women earn a monthly income and commssion for the items sold in the business.

Initiative: Economic Development


Zambia

Global Women partners with Isubilo Community Center in Ndola as they help children complete their education while providing regular food, healthcare, life skills, and guidance in social and spiritual development. GW funds school fees, extra lessons, books, and supplies for the girls in this program.

Initiative: Education 


 The Cooperative Baptist Fellowship (CBF) logo next to a country indicates that CBF Field Personnel are also one of our global partners.