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  • Scene #7
  • Our organization, Womankind Worldwide, is always hosting events to prompt support for women. 
  • Hello, this event is great
  • This is the director of this event
  • Scene #8
  • This organization operates in multiple different countries. They work in, Kenya, Ethiopia, Nepal, Uganda, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Zambia, Afghanistan, Bolivia, Peru, Ghana, Liberia, Sierra Leone; working in depth to support and strengthen the women's movement.
  • Is the organization hosting events in other countries too?
  • Scene #9
  • Of course, would you like a brochure for more information?
  • What's on the brochure?
  • Hi, I'm looking to donate to Womankind Worldwide.
  • The host welcomes the man into the event and begins to explain this organization in more detail
  • Scene #10
  • The brochure has information about when who and where it was formed and why. It was formed on March 8, 1989. It was formed on International Women’s Day in the United Kingdom by Sir Alec Reed. Sir Alec Reed’s aim was to set up a charity to support women and girls. He believed that there were no charities specifically enabling them to help other women, which he wanted to change.
  • The host explains to the man that this international organization works in many different countries. After hearing this, the man decides to donate money to Womankind Worldwide, in hopes to help someone across the world.
  • Scene #11
  • Have you decided how many you want to donate?
  • The man then walks towards the donating booth, where he is given a brochure.
  • Scene #12
  • Where does my money go?
  • The guide explains how the foundation was created and why.
  • The guide tells him how much £30 a month can affect someone.
  • £30 could pay for a month of training one woman to become an ambassador for women's rights in Kenya.
  • I would like to pay £30.
  • The guide explains where the money goes and tells the man a real-life story, he then donates money to the cause, knowing how many lives he can change with his donation.
  • Your money directly goes to those in need, it could help fund a Womankind partner. For example, a 12-year-old girl, Felice was married and forced into an abusive, she escaped to the closest refugee camp. There, she received support from Womankind partner who helped Felice bring her abuser to justice. Now, at 15 years old, Felice is rebuilding her life free from violence.
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