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In the language, Kpelle


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Investing in women’s economic empowerment sets a direct path towards  poverty eradication 

(UN Women).


Book Club

Join us for our  Book Club Discussion of the novel

Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi

Thursday, October 26th at 7:30pm



Our Mission

Our mission is to fight poverty in rural Liberia by promoting women’s entrepreneurship and increasing access to finance, technology and sustainable business development tools.  

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Access to financial tools is crucial to creating opportunities and fostering economic growth.

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Access to technology  improves market access and adds value to  businesses.

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Sustainable Development

Focus on grassroots initiatives that include the voices of local counterparts. 

Women's Empowerment fuels 
positive change.
We believe equipping women with the right tools, technology and access to finance can empower women to build a stronger more equitable  economic foundation for their community.
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Fostering Economic Growth

Liberia's significant strides toward economic growth, educational parity, and greater protections for women's rights have not translated to equal opportunities for women in the workforce.


The majority of Liberians work in the informal economy, and, as in countries around the world, women still comprise the majority of these laborers.


Seventy-four percent of all female workers in Liberia are informal laborers, and 41 percent of university-educated women work informally, compared to 24 percent of university-educated men.

The most significant challenges faced by female informal workers, such as market sellers and street vendors, include a lack of access to credit and banking services, limited financial literacy and business training, few social protections or childcare options, harassment from citizens and local authorities, and poor sanitation within marketplaces (Council of Foreign Relations)

In 2015, world leaders agreed to 17 Global Goals. These goals have the power to create a better world by ending poverty, fighting inequality and addressing the urgency of climate change.
Kpo'ma Women is committed to help achieve these goals by utilizing these goals to frame and inform the outcomes of our projects.
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