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Women Who Make a Difference (Australia)

Each year this club, SI Eastern Districts of Adelaide, presents awards to “Women who make a Difference” according to the following criteria: Make a difference to South Australia and the Global Community Collaborate with others Provide leadership and mentoring Work in professional or voluntary capacities Many women are reluctant to be singled out for awards so […]

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Empowerment of women in Tunisia (Netherlands)

Women in Tunisia, a country in democratic transition, have a need for support to help them actively participate in the new democracy and thus work towards a more peaceful society in the near future. The Soroptimists of both Tunisian clubs will be able to connect better with the international women’s organizations and SIE in particular. […]

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Woman as Chief Executive Prize (France)

This project stresses the quality of successful chief executive women and consequently, making women aware of their capacities for creating their own firms.  They aim, through the media, to promote successful female business women with this prestigious prize. The club organised a call for applications through on-line contacts, professional organizations, chambers of consulate, female associations […]

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SEW&G – Soroptimist Educating Women & Girls (USA)

This club shares “we believe education is the building block to an enriched life. It also perpetuates a domino effect to the extended family. Progress and strength is determined by one’s education and life experiences. We try to build women and girls’ confidence by mentoring and educating.  As Soroptimists, we lead workshops in: job resumes, […]

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SAME Women (UK/Pakistan)

This International Women’s Day event gave opportunities to the mothers of Soroptimist And Mothers from Eastwood (‘SAME’) women to assist in planning the event, to fill hostess roles of introducing guests and giving votes of thank, to speak in public, and to assess the outcome and value of the event. The project set out to […]

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Adult Literacy Programme (Cameroon)

The aim of this project was to train women and girls who had left formal schooling as well as illiterate women.  The project offered skills in reading and writing, and participants earned a national certificate at the end of the course. This club sought to offer basic education at little to no cost in a […]

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Empowering Disadvantaged Women through Education and Leadership Opportunities (Australia)

Women with issues of drug and alcohol abuse need additional support to access education and gain the confidence to move on to employment opportunities. This project provides a supportive environment and counselling while a local school provides additional lecturers. The women need access to assistance with course fees, childcare, computers and stationery as well as […]

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Teacher Registration Assistance (Fiji)

A request came from Save the Children Fiji to assist their Pre-School Teacher Aids in paying for their Teacher Registration with the Ministry of Education. These Teacher Aides are from the disadvantaged communities which have all been affected by the two floods at the beginning of the year. The club decided to assist a female […]

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Principal for a Day (USA)

This club supported three female student teachers in participation of their community visiting school principal program and funded a scholarship for a student teacher to further pursue her own education in teaching. The Soroptimists recognised the lack of opportunities for young women to experience realistic educational opportunities in their personal development as educators, as well […]

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