Increase Women Entrepreneurs In Developing Countries

The project endeavors to increase women entrepreneurs add self-sufficiency in developing countries.

The problem we aim to solve:

The project endeavors to solve the lack of financial resources and provide more affordable healthcare for women, children and their families. In many developing countries women are without sanitary napkins and are resolved to use cloth during the month of menstrual cycle.

The solution our project offers:

Educate and train women with regard to becoming entrepreneurs.

The impact our project had so far:

The project is in the introductory phase.


Who is behind this project?

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About the project

She Belongs

“Dismiss Myths & Taboos”


How The “She Belongs” Campaign Evolved?

In developing countries globally, and especially in rural areas, women are subjected to the lack of reliable, affordable sanitary napkins. If anyone would have told me I would be having discussions regarding sanitary napkins with males outside of my personal comfort zone, I would have said, absolutely no. The denial of women globally to various institutions, education and awareness concerning healthcare, etc. because of their monthly menstrual cycle is taboo as it relates to the 21st Century.

Women Entrepreneurs Worldwide has created the campaign for the continued focus on women globally having as to their plight and lack of access to information that contribute to enhancing the life style of women as much as possible.

In developing countries globally, Women Entrepreneurs Worldwide is raising the bar on awareness and 'Building Cultural Relationships and Networking Bridges Globally whereby we try to address concerns of women regarding access to affordable better healthcare. Women who have access to education and training to contribute to owning their own business and becoming self-reliant and self-sufficient, will enable them to feel more confident. With the security of a sanitary napkin in alignment with menstrual hygiene, it enhances their self-esteme and confidence.

Myths and taboos give rise to women and girls globally being ostracized, shamed, and lack of access to opportunities, education, self-awareness better healthcare and a chance to become self-sufficient.

Knowledge Is Powerful And Creates The Possibility Of Reducing Health Concerns

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Would like to collaborate…more on the business skills training side