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Nisa Homes | The Phoenix That Rises From The Ashes

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This week, we sit down with five amazing individuals from Nisa Homes, a not-for-profit charity that provides a safe haven and support services for women, who are fleeing domestic violence, poverty or seeking asylum. In this beautiful special, they share with us of the story of what it means to truly heal together. Special Thanks to Nisa Homes for this beautiful episode. To donate and support Nisa Homes: Visit episode was brought to you by Beautiful Light StudiosRecorded at MH Studios Toronto Executive Producer is Muna ScekomarRecording Engineer is Jonathan Lillo Podcast intern in Nima HarunGraphic Designer SIMA Aka Wasima FarahOur project manager is Yasmin MohamudOur Marketing extraordinaire is Sawsan AbdulahiDid you know that every day, over 5700 children become orphans? That's nearly 2 million+ children in a year who have no family, no support and nobody to turn to. Which is why we have partnered up with Islamic Ummah Relief, a US based NGO, that is actively providing for the needs of orphans, widows and the needy, working on humanitarian projects in Ghana, Nigeria, Niger, Uganda and Togo. With your help and generosity these last 10 days of Ramadan we are able to house these orphans and provide a safe place for them to live in. Visit to make a donation towards building a home for orphans today.The Digital Sisterhood is partnering with Helping Hand for Relief and Development to sponsor a Skills Development and Livelihood Center in Madogo, Kenya for women and youth living in poverty. Skills trainings empowers beneficiaries to take charge of their own lives with dignity and determination.Our goal is to sponsor 138 students, that is 138 women and youth who will learn employable skills and gain financial stability. Help us in making that happen by to learn more and donate.


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