Sisterhood Agenda

Global Partner Spotlight

Sisters Netcare Service-Fighting Against The Abuse of Women & Children

Sisters Netcare Service (SNS) is a Sisterhood Agenda global partner listed in our Global Sisterhood Directory.

SNS is a church-related, non-profit, community-based organization that fights against the abuse of the rights of women and children.

Moreover, they conduct livelihood training workshops for women from poverty-stricken homes in three villages of Ghana: Mampong,

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Bye Bye Plastic Bags-Youth Advocacy, Game Changer

Celebrating Earth Day Every Day

As we celebrate Earth Day, we are recognizing its purpose of uniting people of different cultures from around the world with one single goal, to care for the earth.  It is a day designated to raise environmental awareness.

We can honor Earth Day by showing our awareness of environmental issues such as plastic pollution.

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Why Women Organizations Should Work Together

We know that we are powerful women fighting for respect, women’s rights, equality, equity, holistic health, and social change.  We want and deserve to be free from violence, prejudice, and marginalization.  These issues are complicated, require organization, dedication, and resources.  Real social change often takes time.  That is why women organizations need to work together.

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Global Partner Spotlight: Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media

Founded by Academy Award-winning actress and advocate Geena Davis, the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media promotes education and research to raise awareness about gender issues in media, particularly television and film.

Their educational component includes curricula to teach students how to be savvy media consumers.  The institute does extensive research to capture and compile data on women and girls in media.

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Because of Sandra, More Women are Becoming Mechanics in Nigeria

Ladies can be mechanics, too!  Sisterhood Agenda global partner, Lady Mechanic Initiative (LMI), was founded in Nigeria to teach women mechanic skills to improve their employment options and standards of living.

“LMI envisions a world where an empowered emancipated cultured and nurtured womanhood engages the vulnerable and less privilege of society in an unending embrace of warmth,

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Healing Women & Social Entrepreneurship in India with Sudara

As sisters, we can combine healing women and social entrepreneurship in India and in other places, too.  The business of Sudara began when founder Shannon Keith took a trip to India.  When she saw women and girls being sexually and economically exploited, she decided to do something about it.

Shannon’s business model takes women off of the streets and out of brothels to gainful employment,

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