History of Shared Action Africa

Often poor communities have low linking to social capital, in other words strong ties to people higher in the social hierarchy such as government, business, NGOs, among others that can bring a degree of influence and resources to a problem.
Therefore, together we bring the communities’ needs and priorities to the forefront and support women leaders in forming the networks to bring outside knowledge and resources to help solve the challenges.

To achieve this, we adopted an integrated service delivery model that addresses in a holistic manner, the complex and interconnected problems faced by women and girls in rural and refugee communities