International Women’s Day 2019

March 7, 2019

International Women’s Day 2019


A balanced world is a better world. How can you help forge a more gender-balanced world?
Celebrate women’s achievement. Raise awareness against bias. Take action for equality.

This International Women’s Day, we’re shedding light and sharing the stories of some of the female heroes involved at GOAL and the fantastic female-focused projects that they run.

Seba Outo’s Path to Success

Seba never gave up on her dreams – even when faced with the uncertainty of war.

“I am determined to keep working hard, and so I know that I will achieve my dreams. I can see my future clearly as a successful Syrian woman who is helping to rebuild her country. I am confident that what is happening now in Syria will not only build our dreams and resilience as Syrians, but increase our determination to build a greater Syria for all.”- Seba Outo, Syria

Read Seba’s full story here.

How NIPP Circles are Improving Lives in Sudan

Batool, is a mother of two who lives in Kutum, North Darfur.
As part of what she was learning in the NIPP circle, Batool established a micro garden at her home,

“I started my food processing business with 108 SDG ($5) as capital, and now my business has really developed, reaching 600 SDG ($ 30) and it has kept growing. I am very grateful to GOAL for giving us skills as this not only provides me with an alternate source of income but also my children are healthy because they now consume a balanced diet at home”- Batool, North Darfur

Read Batool’s full story here.

As our charity partners, we are delighted to say Mao Restaurant and Mao at Home

Donate €1 to GOAL for every Sweet & Sour dish sold

helping fund their incredible work worldwide.

If you would like to make a donation to GOAL, you can do so here.

Spread the word, share the positive energy and let’s strive for

#BalanceforBetter this International Women’s Day.