The main partners of FATIMA compose of five NGOs who are all equally passionate about empowering individuals and communities from economically-deprived backgrounds to achieve their potential and integrate into soceity. The partners are situated across four countries: UK, Spain, Poland and Slovenia.
Established in 2011, Wonder Foundation is a charity supporting women and girls empowerment through education and accompaniment. An integral part of Wonder's work is capacity building for NGOs working with women. Past projects have strengthened mutual trust and working methods fostering a learning culture based on shared values about women’s empowerment. Wonder Foundation’s role is coordination of the project, organising the mobility aspect and dissemination of the project results, based on previous experience that Wonder possesses in leading projects with partners and coordinating and disseminating through its large network of NGOs, government agencies and influencers.
The Baytree Centre is a charity working with and empowering women and girls through education and skills development programmes. The roots of the Baytree Centre lie on a different site in the early 1980s when the need to focus on improving the lives of families, local women and girls in Brixton area was evident. The Baytree Centre deliver the integration activities to the women in London. The Baytree Centre’s role will lead on individual attention and PDP integration through participation aspects: volunteering as a way to improve the wellbeing of migrant woman, develop skills, feel a sense of belonging and improve networks. They will also lead on language learning as a way of integration for women and their families.
Fundación Senara is a non-profit organization that was set up in 1997 with the aim of supporting the rehabilitation works of Senara, a school in Moratalaz (Madrid, Spain). Fundación Senara is focused on the search of employment for people with few resources and especially for those who are at risk of social exclusion or who are disabled. They have a vast experience dealing with integration in the workplace and the use of personal attention to increase resilience and develop agency to get sustainable jobs. Senara will contribute to the dissemination of the project results in Spain and through their networks.
Panorama will be dealing with the use of mentoring as a support tool to support women increase friendships, improve wellbeing, access to the host country and integration as a two-way path. They will specifically look at how mothers’ integration affects children’s academic achievements.
Sursum will add to the partnership their experience of involving the host community into the integration process as well as involving the migrant women’s families in their own integration process and the effects that empowering a migrant woman.