Self-Help Initiatives in Sri Lanka (ISP Fund)

Let Us Learn Madagascar (ISP Fund)


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Education and Leadership in Bolivia (ISP Fund)

Liberia Fistula Project (ISP Fund)

International Service Program

Since Zonta International was founded in 1919, Zontians have been passionate about empowering women in developing countries through international service. In the more than 90 years since its first international service project was funded, Zonta International has contributed nearly US$15.5 million to projects benefiting women in 37 countries. Through funding from the Zonta International Foundation, the Zonta International Service Program has provided training, education, health, sanitation, agricultural and micro-credit assistance to women, primarily through projects implemented by the agencies of the United Nations and other recognized non-governmental organizations.

During the 2016-2018 Biennium, two projects are being supported by the International Service Fund:

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A new report on the Liberia Fistula Project from the period of 1 January – 30 June 2017 is now available.

Learn about Zonta's impact in Nepal with the story of a woman migrant worker who is taking part in a tailoring course to generate income to pay her family debt.

International President Sonja Hönig Schough writes about her experience on a recent visit to UNICEF Madagascar and the Let Us Learn program in a UNICEF USA guest blog.

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