PfC's main goal is economic independence for women. We believe this is crucial to achieve the UN's sustainability goals. To create jobs, we collaborate with private businesses. In this project, women in Ethiopia use their craftsmanship to produce beautiful, high-quality baskets that are now being ... » Learn More about New LEWUT-baskets in stores now!
PfC started projects in Ethiopia in 2014. From 2020, we will focus on our project portfolio in the African country. - We have considered that we get the best results by directing our entire efforts towards one focus country, says Ms. Anne-Karin Nygård, director of PfC. Day care for toddlers ... » Learn More about PfC withdraws from Myanmar
Our partner Tebita Ambulance has started a new business that produces first aid kits. Three women are employed in the company where they now also sew face masks - a highly sought-after product during the ongoing corona epidemic. PfC has contributed with financing of the start-up company. Prior to ... » Learn More about Production of first aid kits
During the graduation ceremony at the Good Samaritan Training Center (GSTC) this weekend, the owner of the textile factory Asbem Garment announced that they are offering all 40 students with major in textile jobs. A total of 134 women graduated in various disciplines. During Saturday's ceremony ... » Learn More about They are all employed