Hyatt Hotels Corporation supports a four-year partnership to help provide 60,000 women training in Women for Women International’s global programs. Hyatt’s investment is rooted in their long-term commitment to women – to better serve its female guests and to foster and support career opportunities for its female associates. Women@Hyatt, the business resource group that connects female associates from around the globe, will be tapped to fuel engagement and participation among all levels of the organization.
Through a multi-year grant, Cartier Charitable Foundation is supporting 3,000 marginalized women in Afghanistan, Kosovo, Nigeria, Rwanda and South Sudan with the knowledge, skills and resources to move from crisis and poverty to stability and self-sufficiency.
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The M∙A∙C AIDS Fund is currently supporting a project to increase HIV/AIDS education, testing, and use of services among the most marginalized women in Jos, Nigeria. This project augments the life skills curriculum and health referral services that are part of Women for Women International’s year long training program. The program is contributing to the prevention and treatment of HIV and AIDS among populations in Nigeria that are hardest to reach and most vulnerable to the disease.
Since 2008, Bloomberg Philanthropies has supported marginalized women in sub-Saharan Africa to gain new job skills, basic business training, life skills and a support network. Bloomberg Philanthropies is currently supporting innovative workforce training for women in Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
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