Our Impact

Our Impact

GENDER & SOCIAL JUSTICE DESK

NAP 1325

2000+

Women Leaders
S/GBV Survivors

      • Capacity Built for Peace Mediation and Peace Committees
      • Trained to advocate for peace
      • Economic resilience enhanced
      • Introduced to Voluntary Savings & loan Associations (VSLA)

Beam Of Hope

125

S/GBV Women Survivors

      • Economically empowered
      • Helped to cope with their Trauma
      • Given Psycho-social Support
      • Livelihoods supported

Women of Peace

36

Women Leaders

      • Capacity Built for Peace Mediation and Peace Committees
      • Trained to advocate for peace
      • Economic resilience enhanced
      • Introduced to Voluntary Savings & loan Associations (VSLA)

Women of Power

52

Women Leaders
Entrepreneurs

      • Empowered to conduct cattle camp outreaches to council girls
      • Members of Inter-church Committees (ICC)
      • Active members of Peace Committees
      • Introduced to VSLA
      • Provided with ovens

Vistas Project

125

S/GBV Women Survivors

      • Established Women Centers
      • Provided Grinding Mills

Women Monthly Forums

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Women & Girls

      • Established Open space for women
      • Peer-to-peer support Platform
      • Advocacy and awareness raising platform
      • Human right’s Couching and training platform

Testimonials

Women Pioneers

  • First time Women representation in Traditional Courts
  • First time women Payam administrators and Tax Collectors (Southern Unity State Counties) 

Natural Resource Management Desk

Women Livelihoods & Resettlement of Returnees

500+

Women Returnees

      • Community Empowerment
      • Crop Production Techniques Training, 
      • Value Chain Training
2018

Aid & Development Botswana

3000+

Beneficiaries

      • Support with relief
      • Food & non-food item s distribution
2017-2020
Unity & Lakes States

Women Livelihoods & Resettlement of Returnees

1000+

Farmers

      • Provision of vegetable seeds
      • and farming tools
2019

Testimonials

Martha Ayien

I have a farm in Nyang, my main plantation was groundnut and because of the courage and knowledge which I gained from AMA training I decided to plant vegetables. 

Rebecca Achol

We are so thankful to AMA for introducing to us this vital activity vegetable production for our benefit and we shall try our best to utilize the knowledge and the skills that we have gained from the training during this rainy season but our challenges is water during dry season.

PEACE & PROTECTION DESK

Action Plan for Peace

6

Payams and Counties

      • Peace Advocacy
      • Establishment of Neutral Forums
      •  Reconciliation
      • Institutional Reforms

Portals to Peace

125

S/GBV Women Survivors

      • Established Women Centers
      • Provided Grinding Mills

Vistas Project

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Women & Girls

      • Established Open space for women
      • Peer-to-peer support Platform
      • Advocacy and awareness raising platform
      • Human right’s Couching and training platform

Testimonials

Tiap Agreement

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Livelihoods Desk

Aid & Development Botswana

3000+

Beneficiaries

      • Support with relief
      • Food & non-food item s distribution
2017-2020
Unity & Lakes States

Women Livelihoods & Resettlement of Returnees

1000+

Farmers

      • Provision of vegetable seeds
      • and farming tools
2019

Women Livelihoods & Resettlement of Returnees

500+

Women Returnees

      • Community Empowerment
      • Crop Production Techniques Training, 
      • Value Chain Training
2018

Justice Africa

500+

Women

      • Provision of small grant to women groups for backing  up their businesses.
2017
Panyijiar, Unity State

American Jewish

500+

Women Returnees

      • Community Empowerment
      • Crop Production Techniques Training, 
      • Value Chain Training
2019
Nyal, Unity State

Testimonials

Martha Ayien

I have a farm in Nyang, my main plantation was groundnut and because of the courage and knowledge which I gained from AMA training I decided to plant vegetables. 

Rebecca Achol

We are so thankful to AMA for introducing to us this vital activity vegetable production for our benefit and we shall try our best to utilize the knowledge and the skills that we have gained from the training during this rainy season but our challenges is water during dry season.