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“Behind every successful man is woman who has strong back”
About us

We are very Valuable & Powerful

We are a voluntary organization that strives to make a peaceful and just place for all underestimated women and men around the world.

We go where nobody else wants to and help vulnerable women and men around the globe.

We are dedicated to working with women and men to help them become more empowered and advocate for their rights.

We believe that gender equality is a basic right that every human must-have.
In order to live in a peaceful and flourishing world, gender equality is a fundamental necessity.
However, in reality, girls and women still face challenges all around the globe.

They lack power, receive unequal salaries, and deal with legal obstacles.

Even though we can see progress in different parts of the world, there are still a lot of unsolved issues regarding gender equality in developing countries. We really want to make a difference in the lives of women and men also.

We offer guidance on how to promote gender equality in all spheres of life – equal education opportunities, decision making, workplaces, and others.

We inspire, we connect, we empower!

The story of women’s empowerment - let it be your inspiration for today!

We all need to let inspiration color our everyday life.

We need to forget for just one moment that our life can be difficult, that the news, especially the bad, strongly affects us and that we can easily lose ourselves in a busy life.

How can we get inspired to help others?

I am referring here to women all around the world, who are living their lives as mothers, wives, workers, but in many cases, they are living their lives as victims of domestic violence, gender inequality, financial dependence – they are powerless.

Let’s take a moment and think about these women. 

What has feminism brought to the world?

I will start this paragraph by mentioning Kate Sheppard, the most celebrated suffragist in New Zealand.

As a campaigner, she demanded women’s suffrage, which led to New Zealand becoming the first country that enabled voting rights to women.

Next special lady, who made a huge difference for women in Africa is Unity Dow.

She won a case in 1992, that enabled women who are married to non-citizens to confer nationality to their children.

She also became the first woman High Court judge. Two ladies Loveness Mudzuru and Ruvimbo Tsopodzi won the battle against child marriage, where the court ruled that nobody in the country of Zimbabwe may get married before the age of 18.

All these ladies greatly contributed to the change of the overall perception of women.

The word feminism created a movement of empowering women, that brings inspiration to all the people around the globe.

We can see laws being reformed in order to advocate equality between men and women.

We are slowly reaching a point where women are being respected as they should be.


Gender equality impacts the development of health, education, and social and financial rights.

We need to keep up with this positive trend and erase the imbalances of rights when it comes to legal protection, social norms, choices about sexual and reproductive issues, and participation in political affairs.

Women empowerment brings to the elimination of poverty and imbalance between genders. 

Why is women’s empowerment important?

Empowering women isn’t taboo anymore, it is a movement known all around the globe.

We aren’t living in the dark so much and we stopped closing our eyes before disturbing facts that women have fewer rights than men.

Nowadays we can see women holding the key positions in departments of economy, defense, justice, finance, labor, and others.

This trend is really positive and brings hope that one day all women will have equal opportunities to get educated, to be financially independent, to have the same legal protection, or simply put – not to be called weaker gender any longer.

However, this idea, or better to say the movement still needs to inspire a lot more people and reach people where media is unavailable, like some countries in Africa or other underdeveloped parts of the world.

We must still fight against child marriage and sexual harassment. 

What are some of the ways we can fight for equal rights for women?

A lot of women and girls around the globe skip school because they spend hundreds of hours getting fresh water.

Water scarcity is a huge problem in some secluded parts of the world, and there is no other way to get it but to walk there and back home for hundreds of kilometers every day.

The water that they get is unfortunately dirty and not suitable for drinking.

So instead of getting educated, they have to worry about their primary need – water.

Having fresh water nearby could do so much for these girls.

They could go to school, play, spend time with their families – have a proper childhood and life in general.

A more serious fact is that even today, thousands of girls are facing child labor, trafficking, child marriage, and sexual abuse.

We could support girls and women in these serious crises, by forming local communities that could train, educate, counsel, enable medical care and offer shelter for these victims.

This gender-based violence must be put to an end.

Also, we could help girls by volunteering as mentors or tutors.

A lot of girls suffer because of poverty, poor-performing schools, and bullying. Reaching out to the girls in our communities would really make a difference.

We always talk about women who have successfully fought their way into the men’s world and became hard-working entrepreneurs.
But, what about those women who have great ideas for small businesses but, can’t fulfill their dreams because of financial difficulties? We could help them by offering small loans – that’s all they need.

There are a lot of organizations on the Internet that gather donated funds and help these women who want to start their businesses.

Let’s give them a chance to do it! Education is one of the most important parts of paving the way to women’s empowerment.

Even today, there are more than 100 thousand children who don’t start school, and more than 65% are girls.
More than one-third of adults in the world, mostly women don’t have access to any written knowledge, learning new skills or technology that would improve their life, and assist them in adapting to economic and social changes.

When girls finish secondary school they get more opportunities.

They can take care of themselves.

They can choose to marry later and inspire their own children to take their example.

They can find better jobs and support themselves more easily.

They don’t have to depend on their husbands so much.
There should be more supportive communities that inspire girls to stay in school, and also help them with assignments and homework.

With the help and support, more girls would get educated and have better life opportunities.

Even though we always talk about empowering girls and women in different parts of the world, we should never forget about the women in our surroundings.

A mere act of appreciation to our sisters, mothers, daughters, or struggling new moms will help them feel more encouraged and empowered.

Why is women’s empowerment important for the world’s development?

There are many reasons why women should have the same rights as men when it comes to the improvement of political, economic, social, and health care situations in the world.

In order to achieve sustainable development, both men and women should fully participate in decision-making about productive and reproductive life, and share responsibilities when it comes to bringing up children and keeping the households.

Women should receive equal education and their knowledge and coping mechanisms shouldn’t stay unrecognized.

We should try to raise awareness that the status of women should be improved through mass communication.
When all these steps are taken we can say that development programs are effective and that we are actually changing the world for the better.

In the end, let’s conclude by saying that everyone deserves to live a life without violence, discrimination, or slavery, have the right to get educated, vote, run a business, and earn a living.

Come join us

We need to reshape our own perception of how we view ourselves.

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