Tarsini is an inspiration for the other women in her community, empowering them to transform their lives. Credit: Laz Harfa

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Watch Tarsini's Story

Tarsini from Indonesia experienced extreme poverty and crushing debts. With help from people like you, she was able to turn things around and transform her life. She now uses her newfound skills to help others.

Tarsini now leads a lending and savings group in her community, enabling other women to have financial independence. Credit: Laz Harfa

Stand with women like Tarsini 

When you empower women to lift themselves out out poverty, you can transform an entire community.

Tarsini learnt entrepreneurship skills after participating in a program supported by Caritas Australia. Now, she is teaching financial management classes to other women in her community so that they can start their own businesses.

Many other women need your help to lift themselves out of poverty and empower others. Your generous donation can support women like Tarsini to build a better life for themselves and their communities. 

Together, we can create everlasting change for women worldwide. Will you help us make a crucial impact?

Your support today can help women with:

Entrepreneurship and business management training

Bookkeeping and financial literacy classes  

Sustainable building of household utilities for sanitation and hygiene

Domestic violence shelters and emergency accommodation 

Tarsini with her husband outside of their home in Pandeglang District. Credit: Laz Harfa

“My past has been painful, therefore I am determined to be useful for others so that no one will experience what I faced.” - Tarsini 

47 million

women will be pushed into extreme poverty because of COVID-19


of working people living in poverty are women

193 million

women currently live on less than $1.90 a day


of countries have at least one law that discriminates against women