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COVID-19 Information and support
Wonderfully made woman remains dedicated to providing the necessary information and support during this unusual times.
In this uncertain times, please take note of the activities/services we provide
1-2-1 support and mentoring via telephone, text/Whatsapp
Pidgin English telephone helpline for African women in Greater Manchester. Pidgin English is a common language for Africans, we offer this service because there is a need for it in our community.
Reality show: Facebook live everyone Thursday 11am to 12pm, discussing issues relating to women and girls in a holistic context.
Zoom hangout, wellness project for GIRLS 11 to 18years: Theme; Be happy regardless! (Call to register your child) Thursday 1pm to 2:30pm
Zoom hangout for WOMEN: Dance session, confidence building workshops, chat and learn. Every Wednesday from 1pm to 2:30pm
The zoom hangout for women and girls, is to help improve their physical, mental and emotional well being
Shopping: Supporting those who are unable to go out. Providing African food for our women
We are part of the Ardwick & Longsight COVID mutual aid group, Mama health and poverty partnership and The Manchester Maya project
We are working with over 20 organizations across Greater Manchester to support women and girls and their families
Thanks to all our volunteers who are working so hard to provide these services.
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OUR COVID-19 WORK IN 2020
WORLD CANCER AWARENESS DAY PROJECT
This was to spread awareness of cancer and provide preventive measures through early detection. The day aimed to raise awareness, improve education, and galvanise action to reduce the devastating impact that cancer has on the BAME community.
THE NO CHILD SHOULD GO HUNGRY PROJECT
This was the Wonderfully Made Woman way to support BAME children during Covid. Items provided were cereal, drinks, pizza, chicken nuggets, and so much more. This project also birthed the Wonderfully Made Woman Back to School project and the Cash for Kids project. Only with all concerted effort can we be sure that children of all classes can emerge from the crisis ready to cope and thrive in the post-Covid-19 world.
THE COVID-19 FOODSTUFF AT YOUR DOORSTEP PROJECT
This was targeted at single mothers, widows, married women with low/no income to help cushion the effect of the pandemic, and support their well-being. The project pioneered the African Foodbank for women in Greater Manchester. The food bank is open on Tuesday and Thursdays, and it currently feeds over 50 women weekly. Here at Wonderfully Made Woman, we pack boxes with a week’s worth of “rations” for a single person, a couple or a family. Our basic package has to be African food which we pack into every spare space.
WEEKLY WELLNESS SESSION
This was launched to support BAME women and girls who have faced hardship both mentally and emotionally during Covid. Mental health plays an essential role in a person’s overall wellbeing. It shows that stress caused by the Coronavirus may be taking a greater toll on women’s mental health than on men, so we designed intimate conversations online where women come together and talk about issues affecting them. These sessions are weekly zoom meetings with women and girls in Greater Manchester, and we have helplines opened from Mondays- Saturdays.
WMW MARKS SUICIDE PREVENTION DAY
...to raise awareness of suicide. We know that a person dies every 40 seconds by suicide. There are also many women and children who have lost loved ones by suicide or have been close to someone who has made an attempt. This World Suicide Prevention Day event encourages us to engage with each other and to join together to spread awareness of suicide prevention.
PIDGIN LANGUAGE COVID PROJECT
...for African Families during Covid-19 was a project were information and infographics about Covid-19, communicated in Pidgin Language for African Families to understand clearly, and take steps to reduce the rate of infection.
Beauty in Brokenness outreach was a Covid-19 prayer and empowerment session for women to build their confidence spiritually. Wonderfully Made Woman advocates and empowers women and children through its work with churches, other faith groups and local and national organisations, encouraging partnership working and collaboration.
Wonderfully Made Woman support project also had Christmas gifts for BAME children. It helped to strengthen social bonds and make the children feel special during the yuletide session.
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VIDEOS OF OUR COVID WORK
There are many ways in which you and your church can get involved in ending violence against women. You can assist by donating any amount of money, which will be greatly appreciated.