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Building Female Autonomy and Entrepreneurship

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Venezuelan migrant women, in the settlement of Harry Fuminaya, are faced with debasing life choices that no self-respecting woman should have to make. Forced to leave their homeland due to the economic, social and political crisis, they have fled to a country where local government support has been non-existent. This does not erase the fact that they have mouths to feed and so they are faced with the devastating choice of being integrated into a local prostitution network as a way of survival.

The Building Female Autonomy and Entrepreneurship project will help 60 migrant women in a remote village of Colombia start new businesses and enter the labor market so they are more independent and can provide financially for their families..

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Food For The Poor Inc.

6401 Lyons Road

Coconut Creek, FL 33073

Write on the check's memo line SC 149479 to ensure proper tracking.

 

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