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Empowering Refugee Women & Children, Together

At WWBT, our mission is to create a vibrant haven for refugee women and children, providing them with the space and opportunities to heal from past traumas, find joy in the present, and build towards a hopeful future. Through comprehensive educational and support programs, we empower individuals, strengthen community bonds, and promote lasting positive change.

The Community Times
WWBT's Monthly Newspaper

Who We Are

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At When We Band Together, we are a Women Empowerment Non-Profit Organization that believes in the power of dignity and purpose. Our strength lies not only in the words we stand by, but most importantly in the actions of our initiatives. From the moment we started our organization, we understood that by working together to uplift women, we could start a sustainable ripple affect that reaps benefits far and wide, for generations to come. We ultimately decided to launch When We Band Together based on the understanding that when we work together to empower women and care for their children, the world changes. 

Programs

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Education

Language Courses

Computer Literacy

CV Building 

Journalism

Photography

Physical Heath

Pre- natal / Post- natal care

Yoga / Movement

Cardio + Exercise Machines

Dance  

Self Defense

Self Care +Beauty

Showers

Laundry

Facemask

Threading

Nails

Hair Lounge

Sanitary Needs 

Workshops

Fire Saftey

Infant + Adult CPR

First Aid

Mentorship

Legal Services

Job Skill Training

Trade Skills training

Children Services

Art

Swimming

Bicycle Safety

Yoga/ Movement

Heathly Breakfast

Music Classses

Clown Visitors 

(Red Noses)

Metal Health

Talk Therapy

Massage

Community Support

Lounge + tea area

Making a Difference

Dignity, Empowerment, & Community

Below you'll find our latest stats and numbers for 2023. 

13,301

Women Visitors

Children Visitors

3,849

Clean & Warm
Showers Provided

1,200

Classes Held

10,057

6,645

Safe transports on the island 
(to & from Refugee Camp)

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