The BOMA Project empowers women in the drylands of Africa to establish sustainable livelihoods, build resilient families, graduate from extreme poverty, and catalyze change in their rural communities. The BOMA Project's Rural Entrepreneur Access Project (REAP) is a gender-focused model built on a globally validated proof of concept. REAP helps pastoral families by mapping the barriers to overcoming extreme poverty and then implementing a series of sequenced interventions with a defined exit strategy. To date, we have reached more than 159,684 women and children. Our ultimate goal is not just to have an impact; it is to achieve true systems change by embedding the resilience-building approach into social protection and humanitarian systems.
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