You make your investment and we work with the local community to find the women who most need help.
Help mums out of poverty
Single mums like Violette can face a life of extreme poverty, hunger and stigma. Will you show your support for mums who are struggling?
After Violette's husband left her, she was forced to beg from neighbours, and her children often went to bed hungry. But since Violette started on our livelihood programme, she’s never looked back. Now she runs a successful small business growing produce such as coffee to sell. She has bought a plot of land for 400 trees and has now become an employer herself, bringing benefits to the wider community. That’s the power of investing in mums.
I had no house. Now I eat what I want. I work for myself
Concern’s two-year livelihood programme provides women like Violette with the skills, knowledge and confidence to improve their means of earning an income.
Show your solidarity - provide the resources to help another mum become a Mumpreneur and look after herself and her family now and in the future.
By helping a mum become a Mumpreneur, you’re supporting them to become role models for their children and neighbours and inspiring the whole community to beat extreme poverty.
How does it work?
We provide support
Planning for the future