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.
On 17 November, the European Conference on Modern Slavery, organised by Wonder Foundation, gathered about fifty young people to discuss modern slavery in Europe.
A hundred young people attended the latest SEE-ME conference co-organised by Wonder and St Mary’s University Twickenham. The aim of the conference was to raise awareness of modern slavery for Anti-Slavery Day on 18th October. Key charities, leading experts and former victims shared their experience, to help us grasp the extent of the situation in the UK.
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.
We're delighted to announce that our Christmas gift cards, featuring our projects from Kenya, Congo and Honduras, are now available to gift loved ones this festive season!
What an exciting few months it's been for us here at Wonder with relocating our office to Brixton, celebrating the success of our Wonder Ball, hosting our first few SEE-ME events, and of course looking forward to Christmas, which I'm sure you're eagerly anticipating as well!
We're delighted to announce the establishment of the Red:GLOW network. Earlier this week, partners came together in London to share ideas for empowering disadvantaged young women and planning our work for the next two years.