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Madbakh’s History


Madbakh Women's initiative Inc. (MWII ) was founded in 1992 by group of dedicated Somali women and family. MWII is a non-profit community based organization mandated to serve the specific needs of African women and their families. Our focus is mainly on vital areas pertinent to their settlement. They include: literacy, skills training, nutrition/cooking, mentoring, parenting, referral, advocacy, housing and outreach . We use women-centered, family-centered and holistic approaches in our activities. We are deeply committed in carrying out community outreach and we have been doing it for the past three years. MWII has been working in different neighborhoods across cities with large Somali and East African populations. The Madbakh Women's Initiative Inc. strongly believes that communities must be their own agents in bringing positive change.



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