Campaign by Makutano ya Wajasiriamali (MAWA) - MBEYA, Tanzania
$59.8 (4 donors)
Goal is $15,500
0 Complete (success)

About this Campaign

Binti Mjasiriamali (BIMJA) in Swahili means Daughters as Entrepreneurs We are focusing to promote girl's equality right from childhood. We help build confidence, vocational skills, technical upskilling through hackathons , seminars and webinars to empower each of our beneficiary. BIMJA project drives increased public and private investment girl's involvement in decent work and employment in formal and informal economies; and deliver concrete, game-changing entrepreneurial projects for girls.
The UNICEF has published outlines for Generation Equality 2020 advocacy highlights & 2021 priorities toward bolder actions to accelerate gender equality. In Tanzania our challenges to female economic equality are many, like: Responsibility of domestic chores, lack of education &/or access to industrial skills like farming etc, reproductive health pressures, lack of assets and access to financial services and Impact of ancient cultural norms. We are making efforts & YOU can help us.
Sustainable Development Goal 5(SDG 5) concerns gender equality as established by the United Nations in 2015. BIMJA intends to generate awareness on gender equality and women empowerment as per SDG 5 guidelines through discussions, debates, media forums, seminars and workshops. We also help upskill girls on entrepreneurship skills and provide entrepreneurial business support services to girls through initial capital and continuous mentorship and exchange programmes. You can help us!
Long-Term Impact
Reducing these gender gaps that could yield substantial economic dividends especially in access to entrepreneurial assets, finance, and other production inputs and tools. Growing together will help us lead more meaningful, joyful and fulfilling lives. We are making efforts & YOU can help us!

Use of Funds

To conduct girl’s economic equality campaign through entrepreneurship awareness and skills building programmes to primary and secondary school girls in Tanzania.
i. Build girls’ entrepreneurship gender awareness as per SDG 5 through discussions, debates, media programmes, seminars and workshops
ii. Build girls entrepreneurship skills through productive livelihood skills training, motivation, hackathons and empowerment
iii. Provide entrepreneurial business support services to girls through mentorship, seminars and workshops
BIMJA intends to impact more than 5000 girls from pre-primary, primary, secondary and tertiary learners scattered in Tanzania. The project wants to see not only girls are actively engaged in entrepreneurial works but also benefit from the fruits of engaging in such viable opportunities. We therefore ask your support, contribution, donation, partnership and expertise to help uplift entrepreneurship gender equality in Tanzania.
Any level of donation would give hope to our desperate teen girls and their families during this time.

- $5 can buy an entrepreneurship skill book for a girl.
- $50 provides a tailoring machine for a girl to start her own venture.
- $100 provides a girl with power to organise fellows and start small scale company for nurturing her business skills
With the difficult decision to promote gender equality, we are facing the fact that we don't have any stock left in a matter of days to help our girls. This means we may not be able to promote economic gender equality to as many girls as possible.

We urgently need to raise $15 500 to ensure we are around to continue our mission of making sure every girl attains entrepreneurship skills to be able to work and earn income as boys.

Will you help today by making a donation for us to be able to purchase items through this difficult and challenging time?

We value your contribution!! let's Lift gender equality in entrepreneurship

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