New SisterWorks Partnership with UN Women

We are incredibly honoured to announce our partnership with UN Women. This opportunity is provided through UN Women’s Second Chance Education and Vocational Learning (SCE) Programme, which is proudly supported by the BHP Foundation.
The aim of the SCE Programme is to provide education to marginalised and young women. This is done by offering educational services to the women, their families and local communities which are designed for their learning needs as well as providing empowerment to become economically independent in the future. Furthermore, the Programme will utilise technologies to provide physical and virtual learning environments, quality resources and meaningful work opportunities while addressing factors that have previously inhibited educational opportunities for the women.

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A Second Chance through Education

A Second Chance through Education There are over 500 million illiterate women in the world. UN Women and BHP Foundation, through a three-year partnership will empower marginalized women through a second chance at education. The Read more…

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