REBUILD TACLOBAN: economic livelihood projects for Tacloban Women Survivors of Typhoon Haiyan / Yolanda

 
 

TWO WAYS TO DONATE:

1) #GivingTuesday Donation Page

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2) Write a check, make payable & mail to:

Global Filipina Women Fund
P. O. Box 190007, San Francisco, CA 94119
501(c)(3) Tax ID # 47-4201340
Please Memo on check **Rebuild Tacloban**

 

MARAMING SALAMAT DONORS!

WE’VE RAISED $40,605 OF OUR $50,000 FUNDRAISER GOAL! $9,395 TO GO!

$200 to sponsor a Filipina entrepreneur thru our Micro Loan Revolving Fund.

$200 to sponsor a Filipina woman to learn a technical job skill—learn how to put together a solar panel.

$35 per Women's Survival Kit 

 

FWN'S TACLOBAN LIVELIHOOD PROJECTS

1) Micro Enterprise Revolving Loan Fund in collaboration with PBSP and CARD-MRI

  • MRI-CARD requires $25,000. We’ve kickstarted with a $10,00 grant.
  Sister Rose Ongcoy, Mother Superior of the Pauline Sisters Tacloban (left) with the Trainers of MRI CARD INC. who explained the Micro Finance Loan Application, Approval and Repayment Process to the Women of Tacloban with Marily Mondejar, Founder & CEO, Filipina Women's Network.

Sister Rose Ongcoy, Mother Superior of the Pauline Sisters Tacloban (left) with the Trainers of MRI CARD INC. who explained the Micro Finance Loan Application, Approval and Repayment Process to the Women of Tacloban with Marily Mondejar, Founder & CEO, Filipina Women's Network.

 2) FWN LAUNCHED THE FIRST SOLAR TRAINING PROJECT WITH A $15,000 GRANT AND THE FIRST TRAINING WAS HELD FEBRUARY 28, 2014.

  • $15,000 grant
  • FWN has completed this training in February 2014 with solar systems awarded to all the attendees.
  • We invite you to help us convene the next training in 2016. Donate, please.

3) BUILD A WOMEN’S JOB & ENTREPRENEURIAL CENTER (WITH A DAYCARE FACILITY)

  • $25,000 for a 65 square meter classroom - ongoing fundraising 
  • Daughters of St. Paul (Pauline Sisters) —$10,000 grant
  • Holy Infant College - $5,000 grant
 Tacloban City Women Survivors during job training intently listening to the program details.

Tacloban City Women Survivors during job training intently listening to the program details.

4) Women’s Survival Kit—1,000 kits

  • $35,000 needed or $35 per kit
    • Waka Waka Solar Charger and Lamp (size of a cell phone)
    • Cell phone
    • Certified Organic Seeds
    • Water Purification Tablets
  • What your donation means: **
    • $1000 = clean water for 11,000 residents for a year
    • $500 = clean water for 22 villages for 3 months
    • $100 = clean water kits for 100 families for 3 months
    • $50 = water treatment kit to clean water for a village for 3 months
    • $20 = water treatment kits for 3 families for a year

**SHUDU data

Waka Waka

 ** SHUDHU, with permission from Nana Luz

** SHUDHU, with permission from Nana Luz