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Women's Inspiration

 For every woman that has struggled, questioned, realized, believed,  accomplished and triumphed…Trust Your Journey. An inspiring message  from two women, a cancer survivor and a young widowed mother, who  have dealt with challenging turning points in their lives and discovered  along the way that sharing inspiration and stories of hope are an  incomparable way to give. Trust Your Journey is about YOU! Our vision is  that our brand and our website will inspire you daily to be grateful for what  you have but mindful of what you can become. Life’s challenges come in  all sizes, shapes and colors. You are a unique woman on a journey to be  duplicated by no one but shared by many. No woman is alone in her life’s  journey. There are always others who have been in your shoes or are currently facing the challenges you are facing. Together we will find strength in sharing our stories, our journeys and knowing that all things are possible.

“Whether Trust Your Journey is a gift to yourself or a friend, the positive messaging remains. We’re so proud that we have been able to share our inspiration of hope to positively affect as many lives as possible,” says Beth Brownlee, founder of Trust Your Journey. “We receive uplifting stories every day from women dealing with the daily challenges of life. We encourage you to share your own inspirational story with us via our website, an email or hand written letter. We are grateful our paths have crossed with yours and look forward to sharing the journey with you. We are here if you need us.” 

Wherever life takes you…Trust Your Journey.

Kikapu Project

Economic empowerment is one of the durable interventions while addressing social problems. It encompasses the aspects of increased literacy, business knowledge and economic independence. With the institutionalization of micro financing to women, Woman’s Hope continues to build their capacities on entrepreneur skills and access to finance facilities through trainings.  

We have trained women to weave baskets and which will see the paper bags use a thing of the past. The baskets are environmentally friendly and we are urging the corporate to partner with us in recognizing and appreciating what these women do and take the bold step of freeing them from the shackles of poverty. 

We believe that after the successful execution of this exercise the women will be more financially sound, at the same time help in environmental conservation by eradicating paper bags that are not eco-friendly. In the same way, the public will have increased skills and knowledge on how to handle the different levels of gender Violence and stereotypes in our society. 

Read more: Kikapu Project

Knitting Project

We currently started a knitting project in Kuwinda slums, they knit different types of items from neck scarves, shawls and seat covers. Woman's Hope is assisting the women in marketing of their items.

Read more: Knitting Project

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