Rural women and girls have a significant influence in agriculture, food security, nutrition, the management of land and natural resources as well as unpaid domestic labour. They are the most affected when agriculture and natural resources are threatened.
We work with women and children in rural areas, strengthening productive skills, the prevention of violence and the defence of rights.
Communities: Aylambo, Huayrapongo, Baños punta, Shaullo, Sulluscocha.
Warmis pioneered “Childhoods of Hope” in order to improve the learning of children between the ages of 4 to 14. They provide revision sessions and craft workshops in order to improve the both children’s wellbeing and income. Everything is based upon positive, Bible-based principles.
"Start children off on the way they should go, and even when they are old, they will not turn from it"
We look to empower vulnerable women with a drive to succeed by focusing on their moral and cognitive development; as well as how they can better integrate into society and increase their productivity.
Our work focuses on wholistic mission; ensuring the wellbeing of our neighbours. The women that we support are boosting their self-esteem whilst improving their social skills. This results in a new optimism flourishing within them: benefitting both their personal wellbeing and family relationships. The project facilitators help the group to work productively as a team. The key strategy in our hands-on workshops is focusing icebreakers. This then helps to maintain general interest and create fun and relaxing lessons; full of life wisdom
Proverbs 3:27 New International Version (NIV)
"Do not withhold good from those to whom it is due, when it is in your power to act"