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Tag: Income Generation

Empowerment Multiplies in Rwanda

What does it really mean to restore dignity? This is how two young orphans changed their reputations and became valuable business owners and mentors to an entire community in the process.

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Rwanda Graduates Create Empowerment Training Center

“Before I joined Zoe Empowers, I use to complain to God, asking why he made me suffer.” said Samuel. “Now, I see what I would have lost…

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The Multiplying Effect of Investing in Empowerment

“Before Zoe, I prayed to God, asking him to help me complete school. I made a promise to God that when I got a job I would…

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Purity: A Mother to Her Community

“I think it is a misperception that orphans and vulnerable children don’t have ambition. We do have ambition, and the support helps us to achieve our vision.”…

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Fridah Turned Her Dream Into Reality

“When I look at my dream chart and think about when I first made it to now, it gives me a lot of happiness, a lot of…

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Zoe Empowers Empowers

This is what empowerment looks like. See the lives of vulnerable children who were once homeless and hungry, transformed into healthy, respected leaders impacting entire communities in Rwanda. 

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Silent No More: Dorcas Finds Her Voice Through Forgiveness

Impressive changes have manifested since Dorcas learned her child rights through Zoe Empowers. In the community, Dorcas has become well-known for speaking out about child rights, serving as paralegal outside of her grain shop business. She can be found standing in forums teaching others, especially young females, about their rights.

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Titus lifts himself out of poverty by giving.

“I was really touched when I heard the money was going to support other kids like me. I remember where God has brought me from. I know how those children feel. That’s why I donated $20 to Zoe Empowers.” explained Titus.

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Antony Finds Strength in Generosity

“I’m so happy about where God has brought me, and I know there are many other children going through what I went through,” said Antony, now 24…

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How Fridah Became a Zoe Empowers Donor

We asked why Fridah became a Zoe Empowers donor. She said, “I believe poverty is the behaviors, values and characters you’re forced into, like digging through garbage bins to find leftover food, being forced to dropout of school or not having a secure place to sleep at night. That took away my dignity. I want others to have the dignity I didn’t have.”

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