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Women and Girls Making a Difference

Lifeline believes that cultivating the untapped energies of female leaders and micro-entrepreneurs presents the surest
path to sustaining water infrastructure, effectuating positive behavioral change and uplifting rural communities.

Lifeline is easing the burden women face in performing household duties – like cooking and collecting
water and firewood – and educating them on income generating activities so they can maximize the use of the
time they have saved. Support Women Empowerment in Africa and Haiti

hear their stories

Lifeline - In the Field Stories - Clean Cook Stoves and Fresh Water Wells in Africa and Haiti
Lifeline - In the Field Stories - Clean Cook Stoves and Fresh Water Wells in Africa and Haiti
Lifeline - In the Field Stories - Clean Cook Stoves and Fresh Water Wells in Africa and Haiti
Lifeline - In the Field Stories - Clean Cook Stoves and Fresh Water Wells in Africa and Haiti

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Paska Sizzela, Lifeline’s senior sanitation officer, monitoring a community-led hygiene training session 

 

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Female students leading a classroom hygiene & sanitation discussion in Apac District, Uganda

Impact

3.5 million hours saved annually in performance of household chores

500 income generating opportunities created for female micro-entrepreneurs

50% increase in income for hundreds of rural families