YOUR GIFT CAN CHANGE THE JOURNEY FOR A REFUGEE WOMAN!
THERE IS NO TOOL FOR DEVELOPMENT MORE EFFECTIVE THAN THE EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN.
Our role at Refugee Women’s Network is to help women through their settlement by providing sustainable skills to enable them to support their families, to advocate for their children and to support aging family members. These are challenges Canadian woman face. We will help assess their language abilities, provide language programs, prepare them for formal education, provide financial support for training and development, and help them become become part of the Canadian fabric as selfsufficient contributors culturally, socially, economically and developmentally.
Your support will help us ensure refugee and new immigrant women receive opportunities to upgrade their educational skills which will enable them to find employment and become contributing members of their families.
Make this New Year a new beginning for the many refugees resettling in Ontario. Between January 2015 and August 2018, 12,970 refugee women resettled in Ontario. More than half do not have a high school education.
Help Refugee Women's Network change their journey by providing them with an education, giving them limitless options to continue their education and earn a Diploma in Early Childhood Education.
Help make a difference in the life of a refugee woman.
Your gift of $100 will help a refugee woman attend the Learning Lab for one year!
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Empowering Refugee and New Immigrant Women By Helping Them Rebuild Their Lives Through Education.
About the Premier’s Awards
The Premier’s Awards honour the important social and economic contribution that college graduates make to Ontario and throughout the world. The awards were launched in 1992 and are administered by Colleges Ontario. Presented annually, the Premier’s Awards recognize graduates in the following seven categories – Apprenticeship, Business, Community Services, Creative Arts and Design, Health Sciences, Recent Graduate, and Technology.
Zein is profiled in Georgian College's Alumni magazine, Georgian View. Read more about our Founder's work and why she began Refugee Women's Network.click here.
Our Founder & Executive Director nominated for the Ontario Premier's Award.