Women Empowerment Center

In the heart of rural Africa, Diaspora One Tikar One People is tirelessly dedicated to the mission of education and empowerment, particularly for women who are the backbone of our societies. It is with this vision in mind that we have proudly established the Women Empowerment Center Project. This initiative serves as a beacon of hope and a bridge towards better opportunities for women within the community.


Nestled alongside our impactful Classroom Project, the Women Empowerment Center provides a central location easily accessible to women in the community. The close proximity to the Classroom Project offers a unique synergy, connecting the educational pursuits of children and their mothers, strengthening the bond between family learning and community growth.

Our Mission

Our primary mission is to create a platform that encourages women to step into their power through education and skill acquisition. We provide resources for basic education, diverse trade training, and sustainable practices that are crucial for economic independence and community development.

Programs and Initiatives

Basic Education: 

We believe that education is the key to unlock immense potential. Our curriculum emphasizes foundational English language skills and essential mathematical competencies, paving the way for broader opportunities for the women in the community.

Trade Training in Arts, Crafts, and More: 

Our center offers an extensive range of trade programs beyond traditional arts and crafts. These include textile design, pottery, basket weaving, tailoring, and soap-making, amongst others. Each program is designed to equip women with skills that can be transformed into sustainable income streams, empowering them to contribute to their households and local economies.

Sustainable Practices for Families: 

Echoing our commitment to sustainable development, we educate women on practices that are environmentally friendly and economically beneficial. This includes sustainable farming, recycling, and effective waste management.

Link with the Classroom Project: 

The Women Empowerment Center works closely with our Classroom Project, offering a united front in the educational upliftment of the community. We believe in the strength of parallel growth: as the children learn in the classrooms, their mothers are simultaneously equipped with essential skills in the Women Empowerment Center. This synergy nurtures a cycle of learning and growth that benefits entire families and, by extension, the community.

Through the Women Empowerment Center, we aim to create a ripple of change that extends from individual women to their families, from families to the community, and from the community to the world. Join us on this transformative journey of empowering women and changing lives, one skill at a time. Together, we can inspire, empower, and cultivate a prosperous future for all.

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