"This project is providing me with the income to feed myself, my mother and my three girls."

Noor Al Hoda is a determined woman, refusing to let her husband's abandonment hinder her from fulfilling her dreams, including one day sending her daughters to university.

Noor's life was transformed when she joined the Amal Project. Through its vocational, financial literacy training and funding she was able to open her own grocery store, enabling her to provide for her family's needs while saving for her daughters' futures.

Since 2012, through a unique partnership with the Global Fund for Widows and our social enterprise in Egypt the Future Eve Foundation, the Amal Project has provided dignity and opportunity to 18,000 widows and female breadwinners across 62 communities in Egypt.

We thank the generous supporters who have made this possible over the years, including our scale partner SODIC.

Learn more about the Amal Project