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1 Zonta International Foundation Change a life – TODAY !

2 Zonta International Foundation funds the charitable and educational programs of Zonta International

3 Contributions to the Zonta International Foundation go entirely to program support and development Zonta International membership dues support the operating expenses of the Zonta International Foundation

4 2014-2016 Fundraising Goal US$5,306,000 ZISVAW: Zonta International Strategies to End Violence Against Women

5 2014 - 2016 Prevention of Root Causes Through Education

6 International Service & ZISVAW Projects Education and Leadership Development Programs 2014 ‐ 2016 Proposed Projects

7 Goals: Help eliminate obstetric and traumatic fistula and reduce maternal mortality, morbidity and sexual violence against women in Liberia Improve the health and socio-economic status of over 400 women and girls through quality surgical and non-surgical treatment for obstetric and traumatic fistula Eliminating Obstetric Fistula in Liberia US$600,000

8 100 inoperable fistula survivors will be identified and empowered by 2016 Eliminating Obstetric Fistula in Liberia

9 HIV-Free Generation in Rwanda US$800,000 Goals: To contribute to a nation free of AIDS and build an HIV free generation. To support the national scale-up strategy for One Stop Centers To invest in community-based prevention of violence against women and children Improve access to HIV prevention and care in underserved and vulnerable populations

10 Strengthen national capacity for programming for HIV positive adolescents and HIV health systems Implement and monitor standard package of minimum multi-sectoral protection services for victims of violence Empower women and girls to protect and claim their rights to safety and dignity HIV-Free Generation in Rwanda

11 Gender Responsive Schools in Vietnam US$644,000 Goals: To create a school environment for adolescent girls and boys across Hanoi that is free from gender-based violence Promote gender equal norms and respond to gender-based violence in and around 20 schools in Hanoi

12 Actively engage adolescent school children in preventing and responding to school- related gender-based violence Hanoi Department of Education and Training recognizes the Gender Responsive Schools model, continues to implement the model in project schools, and takes action to scale it up in the school system Gender Responsive Schools in Vietnam

13 Delaying Early Marriage in Niger US$1,000,000 Goals: To reduce early marriage and early pregnancy in four regions of Niger Reach 25,000 adolescent girls over 2 years; 400,000 members of their community will benefit from increased awareness.

14 Delaying Early Marriage in Niger Adolescents will: Develop health, social, and economic assets Know their rights and be in a stronger position to defend them Be safer and have a measure of protection against violence Have the basic tools required to lead fuller lives as adults Be able to actively participate in the socio-economic development of their communities.

15 Voices Against Violence US$986,000 Goals: To prevent and reduce gender discrimination and violence against women and girls through non- formal education and youth engagement and leadership Increase awareness and knowledge of gender based violence through non-formal education activities Develop action plans for participants to roll out the curriculum

16 Voices Against Violence Increase engagement of young people in prevention of gender stereotypes, discrimination and violence against girls and women through advocacy and peer education Enhance understanding of participants of the safety measures to deliver the curriculum

17 Amelia Earhart Fellowship Fund US$700,000 Thirty-five, US$10,000 Fellowships are awarded each year to recipients from all over the world

18 Jane M. Klausman Women in Business Scholarship Fund US$232,000 Twelve international scholarships of US$7,000 each Thirty two district/region scholarships of US$1,000 each

19 Young Women in Public Affairs Award US$144,000 Ten international awards of US$4,000 Thirty two district/region awards of US$1,000

20 Donations Donations to the Rose Fund are used to make sure all the projects and programs become fully funded. Donate to one of the Funds: -Amelia Earhart Fellowship -Jane M. Klausman Women in Business Scholarship -Young Women in Public Affairs -International Service -ZISVAW -Rose

21 Cash, check, credit card or wire transfer Recurring Gift Tribute Gift Gift of Stock Planned Gift Employer Matching Gift Ways to Give

22 Zonta International Foundation Change a life – TODAY !

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