We invest in programs that help women living in challenging socioeconomic conditions build marketable skills, start small businesses, and secure fair wages and ethical work. When women have the power to make their own money and have control over how they use it, this not only empowers them economically, but is also one of the best ways to help reduce global poverty.
Research consistently shows that women spend up to 90% of their income earnings on things that directly benefit their children and families—prioritizing things like healthier food, safe water, school fees, and medicine. When women thrive economically, their children are empowered and protected.
Number of fair-pay hours provided
Number of dependents supported
Number of women entrepreneurs and artisans supported
*Current numbers are from 2017 through June 2022. This number is dynamic and updated quarterly as we receive new information from our partners in the field.
“Because of my hard work, my children have enough to eat and are enjoying going to school. My son Joram wants to be an engineer. Now my children can dream, and so can I.”
– Namyalo Eva | Artisan at Mabira Collective
Our unique focus on handcraft stems from this global industry being the second largest employer of women worldwide. We’ve connected with over 15 women-led artisan groups from around the world to build stronger business models through microgrants and connect artisans to mindful consumers within the Young Living global marketplace.
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