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The BOMA Project is UNFCU Foundation Grant Awardee for 2019
The BOMA Project is UNFCU Foundation Grant Awardee for 2019

The BOMA Project is thrilled to be among the United Nations Federal Credit Union Foundation's 2019 grant awardees. This is the second year in a row that BOMA has received funding from UNFCU Foundation, and is one of just 14 organizations, including TrickleUp and...

OUR PARTNERS @OneDaysWages HAVE ISSUED A CHALLENGE matching up to $15,000 to BOMA to raise $30,000 to help enroll 105 new women supporting 500+ children, in BOMA's transformative poverty graduation program. Donate here to double your impact https://t.co/yidnUAtR8A

Over the next 53 days, they are generously matching up to $15,000 in donations to BOMA to raise a total of $30,000. The money will help… https://t.co/TMGl9nxvpG

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The Power of Hope is Real by Nicholas Kristof

The New York Times

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We’ve also been featured in:

Salon – Life Lessons from a Global Poverty Hero by Megan Mayhew Berman, Salon

NextBillion – Climate-Proofing Poverty Graduation Programs by Nicole Mills, the BOMA Project & Alex Russell, AMA Feed the Future at UC Davis

The New York Times – The Power of Hope is Real by Nicholas Kristof, The New York Times

The Wall Street Journal – On the Joys and Challenges of Being a ‘Temporary’ Expat in Kenya by Megan Mayhew Berman, Wall Street Journal

CGAP – The BOMA Project: Building Resiliency in the Arid Lands by Melissa Victor, CGAP Blog

Kevin Starr – Enough Innovation Already, SSIR

Impact Measurement on Salesforce – 7 nonprofits setting the bar for Salesforce-based M&E

The Huffington Post – A Day for All Mothers by Anita Casalina, Huffington Post

Manchester Journal – 10 years after its founding, BOMA wins global acclaim by Kathleen James, The Manchester Journal

The Borgen Project – The BOMA Project: Empowering Women in the Third Worldby Saroja Koneru, The Borgen Project Blog

Kiosks give pastoralist women hope by David Muchui, Business Daily Africa

Rutland Herald – Dorset nonprofit group garners $500k gift, Patrick McArdle, Rutland Herald