Global Giving’s International Women’s Week Project Appeal March 8 – 12, 2021

  • Start: March 8, 2021 12:00 am
  • End: March 12, 2021 11:00 pm

This International Women’s Day, on March 8, 2021, we’re looking back at a year like no other. Over the course of 2020, deep-seated gender inequalities exacerbated the consequences of the pandemic for women around the world. For ASA Women USA’s Healthcare Access to Indigent Women in Nigeria project, the pandemic meant the indigent cancer & maternal health women lacked access to quality health services, insurance coverage for routine and catastrophic health costs in a country with under-resourced healthcare system. Gender stereotypes also limited their ability to access healthcare services.

During the week of March 8 – 12, 2021, we’re inviting you to stand with our project on Healthcare Access to Indigent Women in Nigeria for Global Giving’s International Women’s Week. From Monday until Friday, online donations up to $50 will be matched at 50%!* Most Unique donors: Bronze: $250; Silver: $500; Gold: $1000, Platinum: $3,000; Corporate: $5,000 and above

Donate Here on #InternationalWomensDay @GlobalGiving, March 8, 2021 to support ASA Women USA’s Project: https://www.globalgiving.org/projects/healthcare-access-to-indigent-women-in-nigeria/

The past year has been especially challenging for ASA Women USA and we would be ever so grateful if you considered providing vital, long-term support on March 8, by upgrading to a monthly gift. After four monthly payments, Global Giving will match your generosity by 100% in addition to your 50% match today!

ASA Women USA Cancer Coalition, Community Adoption Partnership Project Program will support the strengthening of health system from a gender perspective for the adopted indigent cancer and maternal health women & provide health insurance premium coverage in order to respond to the pandemic and also support a community’s establishment of a Cancer diagnostic & research Centre, in order to reduce the burden of cancer in Nigeria


Thank you so much for your generosity
Dr. Anthonia Uche Umeh, 301 520 3849
Dr Josephine O. Onor, 225 938 0697
Project Leaders