Cambodian Children’s Fund (CCF) received a grant of $20,000 that will be used to fund Keeping Girls in School: Removing Barriers to Education for Cambodia’s Poorest Female Youth project in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. This program aims to support 136 disadvantaged girls to gain access secondary education at CCF’s Toul Ampil School. The 100 Women grant will be used to fund education supports including books, resources, uniforms, equipment and transport.

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One Girl were awarded a grant of $19,960 for their Girls Beyond the Classroom project in the Tonkolili District of Sierra Leone. The project aims to support 137 girls to excel at secondary school by providing support through monthly education and leadership meetings, the supply of sanitary products, the funding of field officer salaries and a monthly savings fund for project participants.

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The Bower Reuse & Repair Centre were awarded a grant of $19,940 for the More Than a Chair project that operates in Marrickville, NSW, Australia. The project aims to provide furniture and household essentials to women who are re-establishing a home after escaping homelessness or domestic abuse, or a period of financial insecurity. The grant will be used for costs associated with recycling furniture and goods, and to fund project administration and deliveries. 

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Glass Jar Australia (Shooting Stars) received a grant of $19,935 to help fund their Seven Sisters Program that runs in regional locations across Western Australia.  The program provides Aboriginal girls and women with opportunities to develop positive social and emotional wellbeing skills and preventative mental health strategies, which can enable them to respond and adapt to life challenges. The 100 Women grant will be used to fund a casually employed program coordinator and travel and accommodation to regional sites.  

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Earbus Health Ambassadors Program was granted $20,000 to be used to fund the part time employment of a registered nurse, regional travel and accommodation costs, and materials and evaluation. The Earbus Health Ambassadors Program is working to educate, train and support young Aboriginal women in regional communities across Western Australia to improve ear health and hand hygiene in their communities. 

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About the Grant:

For the first time in 100 Women history, we closed the grant round and invited past 100 Women grant recipients and WA family and domestic violence service providers to submit applications on projects in line with 100 Women’s goals and the changed operating environment due to COVID-19.

Congratulations to all our grant recipients in 2020.

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