Thank God For the opening of our Big Success Education Center!

Big success education for the poor women and children  
Big success education for the poor women and children 
The Women Care Group101 free education center for women and children hope to promote the personal growth and development of women in local communities irrespective of color religion or statues. The Organization will improve the overall livelihood of women by using education as a way of improving the lives of poor women the society at large. The Organization shall be teaching beginners English  language and beginners writing skills, computer and other courses.
 The objective is
·        To establish library and reading rooms in needy communities.

·        To create a healing learning centre for teenage girls about safe sex and unwanted pregnancy and abuse etc.
·        To help and generate training programme for self employment of women and educated unemployed people and to work for adult education.
·        To educate the people for adoption of the good norms of a good citizenship and to teach the people the benefits of ideas of national unity.
·        To make women become more entrepreneurs and enterprising in whatever they do.
·        To improve their livelihood
·        To empower women and young women through skill training.
·        To educate women to be self conscious and fully aware of their right and privileges in the society
·        To help the children become future leaders
Staff and Organizational Information and achievement
We hope to achieve this through our passion to help the poor women and The Big Success Education Center for the poor! Program is based on the latest research on effective reading instruction by teaching them the entire general curriculum we hope this will increase their reading speed and comprehension, which will help them obtain classroom subject proficiency. Our teachers are voluntary teachers and passionate and dedicated teams who believe that helping the poor makes life better! They are well mannered and well organized. Women Care Group101 believes in equal opportunity for all. Our teachers are from different Nationality who has one vision to teach the poor for free!
Program Description.
The Organization will be teaching the women and children standard education through utilization of eight (8-plus General awareness issues on health, climate, abuse, sex etc..) basic courses which are English, Math, Social Studies, Science, History, and Economics and computer course.
Women Care Group101 will carry out a well disciplined program thereby women and children will be encouraged to learn basic hygiene during the course of their study. Textbooks and writing materials will be provided; there will be a minimum of two- four voluntary teachers. The learning period will begin in the morning from around 8am. There will be Short breaks that will be lasting for an hour. Overall duration of the teaching including break shall be 7 hours. Voluntary teachers shall work with each other as team.
Methods and duration
The English course shall be the first followed by math before the rest of the courses durations of each course shall be 1 hour or more, additional minutes might be added when necessary.
There will be a general meeting every last day of the month within the teaching days. Volunteers, women and children will be encouraged to participate in the meeting. All issues will be addressed at the meeting. 
Standardized reading and writing tests will be conducted at the start of the Big Success Education Center for the poor! program and again at the end of the school year to determine increases in reading speed and comprehension. However teachers will be testing students occasional and will be correcting errors to encourage learning efficiency.  Additionally, those students with ADD will be tested to determine increased reading attention rates.
Assignments and points
Assignments shall be giving at every last day of the week of the teaching days, the assignments will carry points and the best student shall be awarded with a good grade and gifts at the graduation. This is to encourage them to become active and take their studies more seriously.
Activities and expectancy
Expected Period to introduce improvement Test -1 Month
Expected Period to introduce Computer course – 3 Months 
Expected Period to introduce debate, essay and writing skills -6 Months
Training Session for Teachers – 2weeks
Expected Period to introduce Student forum and seminar – 6 months
Test Initial Reading Speed – 3 Months
Expected Period to introduce English drama and play– 3 Months
Expected Period to Prepare Results – 3 Months
Goals & Objectives
Big Success Education Center for the poor! Project is to enable at risk students and students with learning and reading disabilities to improve their reading skills to the point where they can succeed in school and develop the reading skills that will prepare them for high school and post secondary education. Studies have shown that poor readers, who are reading at a grade level or more behind, are more likely to be disruptive in the classroom, truant from school, and at risk of dropping out of high school.
The main objectives include:
1. Providing a measurable increase in reading speed, comprehension, and reading attention span.
The objective is that the students will double their reading speed and increase their reading skills by one to two grade levels by the end of the school year.
2. Enabling poor readers to access the general curriculum through the use of assistive reading technology to scan and read their textbooks and other classroom materials.
3. Providing learning disabled students with a multi-sensory reading alternative that will help them increase their reading speed to the point they can read on their own.

4. Helping learning and reading disabled students stay in their regular classroom with their peers, so they can continue learning in a least restrictive environment.

Courses and books 
Courses: English/Math/Social studies/History/Health and general issues e.g Child abuse, teen-pregnancy, HIV-AIDS awareness.
English : Pronunciation, Speaking, writing, Spelling, History, etc..
General Courses: Child abuse, teen-pregnancy, HIV-AIDS awareness ec.

Books: American /British English books/History and Health books etc…

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Hot search for new ngos whose vision is to help very poor women and children

Contact us if you are seeking for partnering a good ngo’s that serves very poor women and children we will be glad to be of assistance. meanwhile do visit out blog and leave a comment. i you are interested to volunteer please let us us know you may leave a comment we will get back to you.

Widows are fighting legal battles against their families from their beds.

The abusive practices to which widows are subject is hear breaking.  This describes steps being undertaken at the local level in many countries to challenge abuse of widows, and change cultural perceptions of widowhood.
Wcg101 Widows support  fundraising project,  join our fundraising team online
Widowhood may have as little social or economic impact on widows as it does on widowers the lack of specific concern and recognition of the abuse of widows in the international human rights instruments, and recommends support for campaigns to remedy this is alarming considering how many lives has been lost due to the loose of a husband. 
Widows are realizing that the support of other widows can replace and even surpass that received from their in-laws. Although the plight of widows has received little attention from the international women’s movement, the fact that widows are free from conjugal control and are faced with the necessity to earn a living makes them ideal agents of change.
 In Ghana, a grassroots “Ministry of Widows” rescues women banished from their homes and helps them find income-generating activities. In Kenya, the Widows and Orphans Societies help AIDS widows. In Africa, the widow’s associations are relief and welfare-orientated. In India, the victim image has been shed, and women are becoming empowered Zambian widows, after the deaths of their husbands, face the loss of property and children at the hands of their in-laws. Those whose husbands have died of acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS), who are themselves infected with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), are treated the worst.
About half of the cases seen by counselors at the center run by the Young Women’s Christian Association in Lusaka are fighting legal battles against their families from their beds. Traditionally in Africa, a widow remains in her husband’s village and is cared for by in-laws. With urbanization and difficult economic times, the modern case is different. Although the widow and her children are legally entitled to all household property, the family home, and 70% of outside assets (In-laws receive the other 30%.), the women fear beatings and bewitching if they claim their property. If the husband dies without a will, a legal representative is appointed to handle the estate. This person is often a brother who treats the appointment as a license to steal.
The widow does have legal control over the appointment, but fears reprisals. Courts do not oversee the administrator; the widow must take legal action if she is robbed. This requires withdrawing the original appointment, appointing the widow as the new administrator, and attempting to acquire the stolen property. This is quite difficult to do for a woman confined to her bed with AIDS even if she has children. Police refuse to help, even when the widow is threatened with death. In addition, customary practices for widows are abusive. The widow, who may have AIDS, can be beaten and made to crawl to the funeral ceremony; she is blamed for the death of her husband and often is forced to have sex with her brother-in-law (to prove she is free of her husband’s spirit). In some cultures she must fast during the 3-day funeral and cannot bathe for a year afterwards. Individual stories are described. Women’s groups worldwide are lobbying for stronger laws to protect widow’s rights.
Please join Women Care Group101 by donating in support of our projects which deals directly to women issues and including children. Contact us if you wish to become a partner.

Women Care Group101 is a small charity standing like a candle in the wind.Wcg101 shining light represents a glimpse of hope to those living in darkness.

 Copyright © 2010 Women Care Group International. All Rights Reserved.

Growing concern for women immigrants working abroad

The spread of global capitalism impacts poor women 

Global Capitalism And It’s Impact On Poor Women.
The spread of global capitalism impacts poor women hardest, whether in the Third World nations many women are forced to leave or the First World nations where many have always lived in poverty or where they are compelled to migrate once the means of survival in their home countries are destroyed. Under globalization, the destruction wrought by neoliberal policies in both First and Third world nations cause women to lose ground in status, freedom, safety, education and to have diminished access to basic needs of food, water, housing and health care.

Structural adjustment policies are pre-conditions set by the World Bank and International Monetary Fund for loans to indebted countries, including provisions that indebted governments cooperate in cutting spending on social programs, slashing wages and eliminating labor controls, devaluing local currency, privatizing state enterprises, opening up markets to foreign investment, liberalizing imports and expanding exports.
Consistently, poor women of color from Africa, Latin America, the Middle East and Asia report.

the devastating effects of these policies: 
Increasing poverty and rapidly deteriorating nutrition, health and labor conditions. When wages and food subsidies are cut, women & children’s nutrition suffers first. As public health care and education vanishes, women suffer from lack of prenatal care and girls are the first to be kept from school to help at home or go to work. When export-oriented agribusiness moves in, peasant families are evicted from their lands for corporate farms, and women become seasonal farmworkers instead of land-owning farmers. Lands once used to raise staples like rice are used instead for raising shrimp, oranges, orchids—all for export, not for local consumption–or for golf courses and luxury hotels for tourists. In short, SAPs lead to a destruction of both subsistence economies and social service systems in Third World nations so that women have few viable options to sustain their families but to leave them behind and migrate in search of work. Usually, women go from villages to cities within their home countries first, and then migrate to the First World for a job in service work, manufacturing and sex work.
Thus, poor immigrant women workers and workfare workers share many struggles under global capitalism, starting with the jobs they are typically relegated to in the service industry. These women perform much the same work under strikingly similar conditions: invisible, unsafe, unsanitary, hazardous, service work for low or no wages. But the way that their labor is seen—or, rather, unseen and unrecognized—binds them even more closely.
Work performed by poor immigrant women and workfare workers is neither viewed nor structured as contract labor, or even as a service they provide for which they should be compensated. Instead, their labor is constructed as charity, opportunity, privilege, community service, repayment of a debt to society, and/or as punishment for a crime. In the case of workfare workers, their “crimes” are being poor, homeless or “unemployed.” In the case of immigrants, they are criminalized for entering the country (presumed “illegally,” of course) and for consuming resources to which they are thought to have no rights. In both cases, employers invoke these constructions of immigrant and workfare workers as undeserving, non-citizen, punishable, criminals indebted to society in order to coerce these workers into exploitative work, to try to justify this exploitation and to counter organizing among these workers. In all cases, the prevailing public opinion is that these workers should feel lucky to have the “opportunity,” and they are certainly better off with it than without it.
By refusing to recognize the services performed by these laborers as work, by defining it instead as opportunity, privilege, charity, repayment and even punishment, employers deny these workers the prevailing wages, protections and rights afforded regular, “citizen” workers.
We need your support to support this act against poor women by helping us provide jobs and teach poor women skills and in turn pay them reasonable wages so they will become self sustainable.

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Women Who Are Too Poor To Afford A Sanitary Pad

Female Menstrual Cycle Is The most Delicate Period, Give your Support !

Female Menstrual Cycle Is The most Delicate Period, Give your Support !

In many parts of the world women are literally too poor to buy menstrual products – if they even have access to them (many do not). They include young women in orphanages (often orphaned as a result of war, or diseases such as AIDS) and women in remote villages. This has been recently highlighted in Africa, but there are problems in other areas too. There are thousands of women in need of these basic items we consider a necessity.

In Developing Countries

In developing countries, some girls stay home from school when menstruating, stay home on heavy days, or completely drop out of school once they hit menstruating age. They do this because they cannot afford disposable products and/or the cloth rags they use are not absorbent enough to cope with the blood flow. These girls are missing out on the benefits of school because they don’t have pads. Some are forced to use newspaper or toilet paper in place of pads or tampons, because they have no other options.

Water Scarcity Preventing Re-usable Options

In some countries washing a reusable product is not possible as water is in short supply, so even strips of cloth that may be easy to come by, are not able to be properly used. Disposable products are often too expensive to afford or simply not available, and pose a problem for disposal. There isn’t an easy fix. You would think that it would be easy for them to find cloth rags to form something to use – but there is a problem with having enough protection to be able to attend school – this could be because of a lack of underpants or suitable holding garments to put the fabric into, or the lack of suitably absorbent fabrics…. Also the fact that they are there for many hours during the day (often they have to walk a considerable distance to even get to school). There is also the problem in many places where at school there is no running water or facilities that would allow these young women to clean up themselves while they were menstruating. Plus of course the issues of water to wash the pads when they are at home.

Why is this problem now?Why can’t they deal with their menstruation like women have for thousands of years? 

This has been asked, and on the surface it’s a reasonable question. As women we’ve been dealing with menstruation since the beginning of time…. so why are some areas not able to deal with their own menstrual needs?

Disposable Pad Are Recent Inventions

Disposable pads are actually a fairly recent invention, and are not cherished the world over as you may imagine. In some places around the world women still today take themselves away and flow onto the ground during their menses… or be in a situation where they are standing (working in the fields etc.), where it is a bit easier to deal with menstruation – like allowing the blood to flow down your legs and washing your body later. But when you bring a change where you now have young women sitting at a school desk for hours, with nothing suitable to contain the flow, it creates problems that were not problems previously.

Just give them Disposable Pad then!

Donate For Our Disposable  Our Sanitary Pad Project

Donate For Our Disposable Sanitary Pad Project

It’s true that in many cases disposable products are going to be better suited than items that need washing. But then there is also the problem of if disposables are given, they have to have disposal of the used items. This would most likely have to be done via incineration (burning plastic is not exactly good for the environment, but is the better option over having landfills), and of course, providing constant supply. Aid agencies usually provide shipments of tampons and pads, but it’s not nearly enough to cover the needs of every woman. Also think of the space disposable products take up. Usually goods are sent over in shipping containers, where aid is packed in as much as is able to fit. So disposable pads and tampons are going to take up space where other supplies could be. Imagine the money that could be spent on other aid if another alternative was found. From a self-esteem and dignity point of view these poor women are reliant on aid agencies bringing them care packages, and continuing to do so. There are a few causes working towards getting reusable cloth pads into these areas, and helping those women with the needed skills and materials to make their own pads.  Women care group plans to teach this women how to make safe and hygienic reusable cloth pads. And plans to have it on sale at our shop, money made from these sales will be used for our projects and women will become paid workers thus they will become self sustainable through this project.

In Conclusion Women’s health issues have attained higher international visibility and renewed political commitment in recent decades. While targeted policies and programs have enabled women to lead healthier lives, significant gender-based health disparities remain in many countries. With limited access to education or employment, high illiteracy rates and increasing poverty levels are making health improvements for women exceedingly difficult.

Women Empowerment

The slogan, “Healthy Women, Healthy World” embodies the fact that as custodians of family health, women play a critical role in maintaining the health and well being of their communities The slogan, “Healthy Women, Healthy World” embodies the fact that as custodians of family health, women play a critical role in maintaining the health and well being of their communities. Health-related challenges continue. Many of the modest gains in women’s health realized in recent decades are now threatened or have been reversed due to war, economic instability and the HIV/AIDS pandemic. Basic health care, family planning and obstetric services are essential for women – yet they remain unavailable to millions. Gender-equitable approaches to health are needed to enable women’s full participation in the planning and delivery of health services. Get involved and help the poor women join us as partner and sponsor our project.

fundraising campaign on discrimination

It is against the law to discriminate against disabled people in various areas of their lives.
Women Care Group101 is committed to work for and with the people living in various case of disability male or female alike. We have decided to create a job and learning opportunity in our charity to encourage and help disabled women and children participate in our society .We sincerely hope to make like easy and less stressful for these individuals. However we lack funds and support therefore we seek for you support and donations to enable us create a suitable learning environment including resources to enable them become self sustainable and successful people in the future. There are some important areas we hope to start in this project which involves a more detailed and careful approach as some people living with disability might need extra care to support them daily example people who cant walk will need a good wheel chair for easy movement and people without hands can learn other skills .Disability discrimination can either be direct or indirect however the case it’s wrong to discriminate as we are all equally created as wonderful citizens of the world!.
Join us lest end the discriminations on:
• sex
• race, ethnic origin or nationality
• sexual orientation
• age
• religion or belief
• married or a civil partner
• gender reassignment
• pregnant or on maternity leave.
Would you like to take action? Donate now or visit our volunteer page and apply for a fundraising team membership to join.

Women Care Group101 is a small charity standing like a candle in the wind.Wcg101 shining light represents a glimpse of hope to those living in darkness. Copyright © 2010 Women Care Group International. All Rights Reserved.

Poverty is a global problem affecting everyone even in the EU Countries


Causes of poverty and inequality

Some people imagine that in a rich region like the EU no one can be poor or if they are it must be the result of some personal failings or problems. However, this is not the case. The overall persistent high level of poverty in the EU suggest that poverty is primarily the consequence of the way society is organized and resources are allocated, whether these are financial or other resources such as access to housing, health and social services, education and other economic, social and cultural services. Indeed, the fact that there are very different levels of poverty in different Member States demonstrates clearly that different approaches to allocating resources and opportunities leads to different outcomes. The least unequal societies in Europe tend to have the lowest levels of poverty. This is primarily because these Governments chooses to give priority to ensuring adequate minimum income levels and ensuring good access to services, through the social protection system and through guaranteeing minimum wage levels. They are usually the most effective at redistributing wealth through the tax and other systems. This means that the decisions over how to eradicate poverty in the end are political choices about the kind of society we want.

Key factors

In terms of individuals, some key factors are seen as making a person more at risk of being in poverty such as:
• unemployment or having a poor quality (i.e. low paid or precarious) job as this limits access to a decent income and cuts people off from social networks;
• low levels of education and skills because this limits people’s ability to access decent jobs to develop themselves and participate fully in society;
• the size and type of family i.e. large families and lone parent families tend to be at greater risk of poverty because they have higher costs, lower incomes and more difficulty in gaining well paid employment;
• gender – women are generally at higher risk of poverty than men as they are less likely to be in paid employment, tend to have lower pensions, are more involved in unpaid caring responsibilities and when they are in work, are frequently paid less ;
• disability or ill-health because this limits ability to access employment and also leads to increased day to day costs;
• being a member of minority ethnic groups such as the Roma and immigrants/undocumented migrants as they suffer particularly from discrimination and racism and thus have less chance to access employment, often are forced to live in worse physical environments and have poorer access to essential services;
• living in a remote or very disadvantaged community where access to services is worse.
All these factors create additional barriers and difficulties, but should be seen within the overall structural context of how a particular country chooses to distribute wealth and tackle inequality.

The day-to-day struggle

This means that the reality of poverty in the EU is much more a day-to-day struggle to live and survive which can adversely affect your health and psychological well-being and put stress on your personal relationships.
Living in poverty can mean:
• becoming isolated from family and friends;
• lacking hope and feeling powerless and excluded with little control over the decisions that affect your day to day life;
• lacking information about the supports and services available to you;
• having problems in getting your basic needs met and accessing decent housing, health services and schools and life long learning opportunities;
• living in an unsafe neighbourhood with high levels of crime and violence and poor environmental conditions or in a remote and isolated rural area;
• going without very basic necessities because you may not be able to afford essential utilities like water, heat and electricity or to buy healthy food or new clothing or to use public transport;
• being unable to afford to buy medicines or visit the dentist;
• living from day to day with no savings or reserves for times of crisis such as losing a job or falling ill and thus falling into debt;
• being exploited and forced into illegal situations;
• experiencing racism and discrimination;
• being unable to participate in normal social and recreational life such as going to the pub or cinema or sports events or visiting friends or buying birthday presents for family members.
Overall, the reality of poverty in the EU is that it affects many aspects of people’s lives and limits people’s access to their fundamental rights. People affected often experience a range of different disadvantages which combine to reinforce each other and trap them in poverty. Poverty limits the opportunity for people to reach their full potential. For instance, children growing up in poverty are more likely to suffer poor health, do less well at school and become the next generation of adults at risk of unemployment and long-term poverty.

Views of those living in poverty

Lack of basic necessities
“I can afford only cheap food; fruit and vegetables to feed children is too expensive; fish is not affordable; healthy food is too expensive for me.”
“The problem is not that we run out of money occasionally. The real problem is that we live our entire lives this way and our children grow up into this too.”
“In Spain the apartments for tourists are empty during the calm periods. On the other side there are a lot of homeless who have no roof above their head. How can we explain those injustices to our children?”
“I cannot repair my broken TV.”

“I have lost friends as I cannot participate in their activities; even to participate in self-help groups needs money and time; I’m short of money and time to participate in discussions.”
“I cannot afford a daily paper; books, especially scientific literature is too expensive.”
Bureaucracy and lack of information
“The system is too complicated, I don’t know where to get what.”
“I have slept in cardboard boxes. I had the choice to die on the street or to take back my life in my own hands. I went to social services with the question to help me to find a house. I was confronted with an enormous bureaucracy. I had to tell several times my story, each time again and it took years before I got a house.”
“Every time I tell my life to civil servants I receive a lot of compassion, but rules prevent effective aid.”
Lack of respect and lack of hope
“The way people look at you is humiliating. You are not considered a human being.”
“Sometimes you get the feeling that animals are better protected because if you beat a dog you will be sentenced and maybe put into prison whereas if you beat someone I am not sure that you will always be punished for that. My feeling is that dogs are more respected and better treated than Gypsies.”
“I don’t see any progress since years. I have no future.”
“I feel a little bit like Don Quixote. I am fighting against windmills here and there and there is no real hope anymore.”
Lack of decent work
“I have no work and no housing. How can I form my life if I have no work?”
“I must admit that to you that I work illegally and this is not because I think it is good. I am fully aware of the consequences, but this is the only way for me to get a job.”

Fear for one’s children
“It is impossible for me to invite the friends of my children at home, because my home is so small. So my children at their turn are not invited any more. Thus they become also excluded. We are obliged to lead a hidden life.”
“My children cannot participate in school holidays for skiing or a language week abroad. Training for lifelong learning is not affordable. I cannot afford cultural activities.”
“My children will inherit my poverty.”


Women Care Group101 is a small charity standing like a candle in the wind.Wcg101 shining light represents a glimpse of hope to those living in darkness. Copyright © 2010 Women Care Group International. All Rights Reserved.

Come and join us as Tourist or as Volunteer

Free Education Project For Children In Poor Communities

We hope to provide a free quality educations for children in various poor communities and we are planning to erect new schools in communities that are unable to afford education for their kids in Asia/Africa


To build more schools in poor communities
To provide teaching materials for less privilege children
To discourage poor families using their children to begging as a means of survival, in place of that we will provide a training work shop and job to help them sustain themselves
To provide free food at school and school uniform cloths for the less privilege children


Our vision is to make sure no kid is denied the right to a quality education irrespective or their cultural background ,race or statue.

Come and enjoy fun with our kids join as a volunteer or as tourist, we welcome you all. You will be teaching English and arts including play and history. Your care helps them to read, write and become self sustainable adults of future generation please consider.If you choose to donate you can donate any amount for this project.

Thank you .

Women Care Group101 is a small charity standing like a candle in the wind.Wcg101 shining light represents a glimpse of hope to those living in darkness. Copyright © 2010 Women Care Group International. All Rights Reserved.

Tears Of Scam Victims Fund Raising Support

Tears of scam victims Fund Raising Support

Women Care Group101 is now creating awareness to supports Scam Victims through message groups and networking with other victims. WCG101 hope to work with the government to help the victims who have gone bankrupt and mentally unstable as a result of losing their wealth to fraudsters . We are calling on all who are victims to share their stories in other to create more awareness to help people learn more about their tricks and ways. We have created an environment by which victims can share their stories with other who have been through the same experience. We hope to start our fundraising campaign soon, sign up for our newsletter to get updates on our current news.Also we encourage legitimate businesses and individual who are unknowingly being used by the people running these scams to assist us in warning people and finding ways to protect their customers..Please send us your story if you are a victim it will help others learn and avoid making such mistakes, in the meantime we do not promise to refund the money they took from you in full but we will ensure you get as much as possible to get back on your feet , note we will need valid proof of your story.

Women Care Group101 is a small charity standing like a candle in the wind.Wcg101 shining light represents a glimpse of hope to those living in darkness. Copyright © 2010 Women Care Group International. All Rights Reserved.