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's Olivia and Ruth travelled to Cameroon in April of this year to provide training and support to pioneering women in Cameroon, who are passionate about instigating change within their communities.
Wonder Intern, Flora, recently visited our partner, the Baytree Centre, in Brixton to witness firsthand the FATIMA project in action and how it advocates the importance of creating safe, welcoming spaces to learn that go beyond traditional textbook study to include daily interactions, confidence building and plenty of conversations within language learning.
How can loneliness and isolation be reduced within migrant and refugee communities in the UK and Europe? The Wonder Foundation believes that through reducing language and cultural barriers, providing safe, congregational spaces, and encouraging personal developed through mentoring can provide some answers.
On the 6th of July, Wonder’s Director of Policy and Campaigns, Olivia Darby, and FATIMA Project Manager, Paola Delmonaco ran a workshop at the 2018 NATECLA Conference, "Feeling confident to learn: Creating education spaces where women feel welcome".
We're delighted to announce our partnership with Percent, an app which allows you to donate to charity for FREE by spending with Percent partner retailers.
We’re approaching the two-month mark since Volcán de Fuego devastated families, and although families are being well accommodated for, the urgent need now arises to resettle displaced families.
Caterina Maniscalco, founder of Cate Calco, Wonder's latest corporate partner, shares her personal story of fighting for her education and how it made her even more determined to help empower other women.