Frequently Asked Questions

A: Saint Naomis is dedicated to advocating for the rights and well-being of girls, and women. Our primary mission is to empower and uplift girls and women by providing them with the necessary resources, education, and support to lead fulfilling lives.

A: We implement a range of initiatives to promote women’s rights, including educational programs, skill development workshops, healthcare support, and awareness campaigns. By addressing various aspects of their lives, we aim to create a holistic impact on the well-being and empowerment of women.

A: Saint Naomis is committed to ensuring that every girl has access to quality education. We provide school supplies and create awareness about the importance of education for girls and the rights of the girl child. Additionally, we work towards eliminating barriers that may hinder girls from attending school.

A: Individuals can contribute to our cause by making donations, volunteering their time and skills, or participating in our awareness campaigns. Financial contributions can be made through our website, and information about volunteering opportunities can be found on our dedicated volunteer page.
A: Yes, collaboration is a key aspect of our approach. We actively seek partnerships with like-minded organizations, government agencies, and businesses to amplify our impact. By working together, we can pool resources and expertise to address the complex challenges faced by girls and women.
A: We use a comprehensive monitoring and evaluation system to assess the impact of our programs. This includes tracking key metrics such as educational attainment, healthcare outcomes, and economic empowerment. Regular reports and updates are shared with our stakeholders, ensuring transparency and accountability in our efforts to improve the lives of girls and women