Giving women and girls access to high quality, relevant education helps them in to work and out of poverty. We support partners delivering female education projects in vulnerable communities across the world through our local-led approach.
Wonder Intern, Phoebe, provides an overview of our recent week-long ending modern slavery training, as part of our SEE-ME programme aimed to create greater awareness of modern slavery and trafficking among young people.
Wonder works with the Ilomba Centre, a multi-functional centre and clinic which hosts various health programmes to educate local citizens about sanitation and health. Ilomba also trains women to become employees in sanitation, hospitality, and healthcare fields.
Kavya, former Wonder Intern now working for the RSA, sat down with us for this candid interview towards the end of her internship to talk achievements, future aspirations and practical advice for anyone interested in volunteering with Wonder.
Wonder Intern, Clara, explores the positive impact of our partner vocational provider, Yarani, situated in Abobo, Abidjan where a lack of opportunities and extreme poverty is all too common.
Our annual Wonder Ball was back again for the third year running all in aid of celebrating and raising funds for our work to empower women and girls through education.
Wonder Foundation is delighted to be working with the Centre for the Study of Modern Slavery to deliver a FREE event for young people on combating slavery.
“Home for all. Wavecrest for me is home for all.” Wonder’s Nigeria and Vocational Training Advisor, Belinda Nwosu, recently sat down with us to discuss her uplifting experience of working as a lecturer and academic administrator at Wavecrest College of Hospitality for over 14 years.
Join us for a spectacular evening at the elegant Lansdowne Club and raise vital funds for women's education.