Forever Projects received a grant of $40,000 to help fund a forever change to Tanzanian women facing extreme poverty. Operating across four Tanzanian districts (Arusha, Geita, Mwanza and Tanga), the program will work with 280 women who cannot provide for their newborn babies, providing immediate nutrition and crisis care, followed by business start-up support and mentoring to provide them and their family with a financially secure future.

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Koya Aboriginal Corporation
were awarded a grant of $35,965 for their Koordoormitj Djookian (Sisters) Club project. The project aims to support 150 Aboriginal and other vulnerable girls aged 11 to 17 years in the City of Swan in Perth, Western Australia, providing a local, safe, healthy and supportive female-only gathering space on Friday and Saturday evenings.

The 100 Women grant will be used for program coordination, activity costs and volunteer expenses.

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Children by Choice
were awarded a $40,000 grant for Project Dasher – Designing Accessible Sexual Health and Unplanned Pregnancy e-Resources for women with intellectual and/or learning disabilities across Australia.

This project will co-design health information resources tailored for
women considering pregnancy options, contraception, consent, and to recognise signs of reproductive coercion.

The 100 Women grant will be used to fund co-design workshops, copyright
fees, graphic design, dissemination and project coordination.

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About the Grant:

Congratulations to all our grant recipients in 2021.

With COVID-19 restrictions continuing to impact communities – and women and girls frequently the most affected – the work of organisations such as our grant recipients is more important than ever.

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