Grassroots Uganda representing in Korea

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The Wild Women’s Performing Arts Festival is a regular event in Korea to raise more money for the Korean Women’s Association United! This year the event took place on Saturday February 27th as part of the run-up to International Women’s Day on March 8th. The night will featured a fresh list of performers, poets and dancers, as well as a silent photography auction, raffle and much more! 

Grassroots Uganda - part of the Meaningful Shop initiative - had a booth at this years event raise about $US900 for our wonderful ladies in Uganda!

Malcolm Trevena also gave a talk about the Project Lifecycle - Meaningful Volunteer's fertility program on the island of Romblon in the Philippines.  Project Lifecycle focuses on getting a 100% natural family planning method in the hands of local people who are denied modern contraception due to religious norms and financial reasons.