To empower a woman is to empower a family. To empower a family is to empower a community. To empower a community is to empower a nation. Studies have shown that the economic empowerment of women has been proven to have a crucial impact that extends for generations. American Baptist Women’s Ministries is directly involved in the economic empowerment of women through grants to organizations and microloans to individuals, allowing women to support themselves, their families, and their communities.
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AB Women’s Ministries Involvement
Micro-lending to women in Myanmar and Nagaland, to empower impoverished women to begin a business to support their families.
Books and tuition for strip dancers going to school to advance their education so they can pursue other employment, in partnership with American Baptist women at Eastwood Baptist Church in Medford, Oregon.
Micro-lending to Baptist women in Haiti to support entrepreneurship as Haitians continue to rebuild their nation after the devastating earthquake of 2008.