Bonazah Community Development of Africa. is a 501 (c) (3) 170 Public Charity (Federal Tax ID: 46-2986484). A non-profit charity corporation created for the purpose of providing Humanitarian charity, promoting educational programs that encourage student retention in primary and secondary schools, stimulate interest in the educational process by organizing community educational conferences in rural localities; and create local strategic forums for groups and individuals to further educational goals.
All donations that are not designated to a Specific project will be used to maintain the monthly budget or to meet any immediate needs as deemed necessary by Bonazah Community Development of Africa Board. All donations designated for a specific project in excess of the needs for that project will be applied to the need of the organization as deemed appropriate by Bonazah Community Development of Africa Board.
One of our goal is to give the underserved children's the opportunity to make a difference in their life by working with local schools, rural councils and orphanages to create a safe, loving and nurturing environment by teaching these children a good traditional values that enriches cultural beliefs and customs enabling them to grow up and be great asset to their community; healthy, educated and well-balance adults so they can contribute in the future development of their hometown. The least we can do is by supporting them to achieve the very basic of human rights which is to enable them to graduate from primary and secondary school through our education empowerment program.
How you can Help
You can help by joining our organization and sharing its vision, either contributing school materials, teaching assistance or financial support to fund any of our projects. Our organization is involved at local level, bringing help and offering support where it is most needed, as each community has a very unique challenge.
Many children may have to overcome many environmental or family difficulties in order to get to school. Others may need shoes, a school uniform, a hot meal, or a place where they can do their homework in peace. Many children are dying of hunger this very moment, we said that someday we would make a contribution to end world hunger. And with your support, we can turn someday to today for so many children. So, please make a monthly donation of your choice, a tax deductible contribution of $15, $25, $50, $100, $250 or even more to support our services. We thank you so much for your gift and for your kindness and generosity.
Why Quality Education Is a Key Factor in Human Development
Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world - Nelson Mandela According to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, sub-Saharan Africa has the highest rate of education exclusion in the entire world...
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How Gender Equality Helps Empower Women in Africa
When it comes to gender inequality, Africa isn’t any different. The patriarchal culture in the continent makes the repercussions of these challenging imbalances worse. Women’s empowerment programs is a step to help reduce the disparities between genders. Here are a few reasons why:
Gender Equality in Education
Currently, girls in the country face many barriers to education. These include societal expectations, which mean girls should look after the home, so they don’t require an education. This may also lead to cyclical poverty, early pregnancy, and gender-based violence. Breaking down these barriers and making sure girls can access quality education is fundamental to reaching gender equality and empowering women. And when women are educated, they have the chance to attain higher wages and contribute to economic growth.
Gender inequality is the root of gender-based violence. According to the statistics that reflect on the current scenario of crime against women in South Africa for example, 6.8% of women think it’s acceptable for her husband to hit her if she argues with him, close to the 7.7% of men who think it is acceptable to do so. Gender-based violence also has a crucial impact on girls’ education. As sexual violence and harassment of girls are common in schools across the continent, it makes it difficult for girls to succeed in school and can result in dropping out.
Women’s economic empowerment
According to the Global Wage Report, South Africa has some of the highest levels of wage inequality in the world. The average gender pay gap in monthly earnings is 28.6%. However, practical-skills training in local communities is necessary to help women pursue better employment and gain a higher income. Some organizations also offer support with skills workshops, helping women to up skill so women are capable of accessing more job opportunities.
Bonazah Community Development of Africa is one organization that offers women’s empowerment programs in Africa.
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Bonazah leverages educational and financial resources to increase and improve the life options for underserved youth in developing nations.
Bonazah imagines a world where every underserved child receives the education they need to thrive in their communities, nation, and the world.
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