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Welcome to Women of Africa Resource and Development Association (WARDA)
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Nov 19, 2001 at 07:52 AM

Women of Africa Resource and Development Association (WARDA)

BACKGROUND:

Warda is a grass root non-profit organization formed in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 2001 by a group of predorminantly immigrant women. Their aim is to service refugee and immigrant women and youth mainly from East Africa.
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WARDA is comprised of individuals and organization with common visions and values; committed to the transformation of relationships, lives and livelihoods of the people of the Horn of Africa, linking the local, regional and international levels in a cooperative network.  WARDA serving as a think tank working to create solutions that will accelerate the social economic, cultural aspects of women and children.

MISSION STATEMENT:

WARDA aims to empower African women and children to action by bridging the cultural gaps through access and facilitation to education, training and health services to promote decision-making and self-sufficiency.  This will promote successful integration into society as well as greater cultural understanding, across the board.

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Special Gratitude and welcome to our wonderful vistors.
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Nov 19, 2005 at 07:34 AM

Thank you for visiting WARDA USA online. We are glad that you are here. Please stay tuned for more to come. We started working on our site recently and look forward to serving you better.

Good Luck and Welcome to WARDA Online!

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Nov 19, 2005 at 07:25 AM

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