Empowering Women and Girls
MikonoYetu means “joining our hands” in Kiswahili, the national language of Tanzania. MikonoYetu is a women-led-non-profit organization based in Mwanza, Tanzania.
Our vision is to see gender equality in ownership of production resources.
Our mission is to find new ways of empowering women and girls economically so that they can own and control resources more productively and profitably, while also sustaining the environment to mitigate the negative impacts of climate change.
The reasons for establishing MikonoYetu stem from our own working experiences while implementing a project to curb domestic violence…
The Key themes examined include:
- Women Economic Empowerment
- Girls Empowerment
- Women and the Environment
- Violence Against Women
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“Empowerment of women and equality between women and men are prerequisites for achieving political, social, economic, cultural and environmental security among all peoples” (United Nations 1995).
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