boMake Rural Projects
Making a sustainable impact in Eswatini through equitable social and economic community development projects, with Gone Rural artisans at the heart.
Founded in 2006, boMake Rural Projects, also known as Gone Rural boMake, is a community-led non-profit organization that aims to make a sustainable impact in the lives of 780 women artisans and their families through the implementation of equitable social and economic development projects in the Kingdom of Eswatini’s rural communities. BoMake works in three areas. Our Health programme focuses predominantly on water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) (where we have given over 20,000 people access to potable water), VIP latrines and mobile health clinics. In Education, we support 100 artisan dependents each year with top-up contributions toward their high school tuition fees as well as offering psychosocial support services out of the classroom. To foster Sustainable Livelihoods, we facilitate entrepreneurial training workshops and market access opportunities for the economic empowerment and independence of the women.
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