We stand shoulder to shoulder with people living with Albinism, strongly promoting gender equality alongside ethnicity awareness in the UK and beyond. We aim to promote girls’ education, children with terminal cancer, be aware of people living with Albinism and to stand firmly with gender equality for Africa and Europe.
Our vision is to improve women’s and young people’s lives, through respect, equality, education, debate, and education.
We exist to have a positive impact on the development of communities and to motivate the youth within diaspora and ethnic minority communities with regard to education, gender equality, freedom of speech, social justice and youth advancement. As a growing organization interlinked with international institutions, WV4A aims to transform the lives of women and vulnerable outcast people living with Albinism in Africa. With your help, all of us – not only WV4A – can change the world to help enlighten the future of targeted excluded people living with Albinism.
“Too often, women find it easier to criticize each other instead of building each other up. With all the negativity out there, let’s do something positive!”