Peopleweaver is a USA non–profit organization established to provide educational and economic assistance, such as microcredit loans to impoverished girls, women and women-lead family groups in developing countries. The intent of this assistance is to help girls and women escape extreme poverty and have more fulfilling lives. Our efforts are focused on Congolese women and girls living in the Kyangwali Refugee Settlement in Uganda, and in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. We have formed partnerships with local organizations, such as Coburwas, to achieve program success.
Although our primary focus is education and microcredit, aid has also included food, reading glasses, malaria nets, medicine, communication tools, treadle water pumps, and two cooperative grain mills. We started a "Free Little Library" at a primary school in the settlement. Adding books and libraries is ongoing. In 2013 we partnered with Coburwas-Ciyota, a local grassroots organization, to start an adult education school. We hope to expand the school project to several locations.
To improve the social and economic status of impoverished women, their families, and communities. To promote hope and opportunity by partnering with people and communities who want to participate in a process of development to improve their lives through education, microcredit loans, grants, and health care.
To work in partnership with impoverished women, girls and their families to generate more income, further their education and become community role models.
Contact Us if you would like more information.