Rating: 5 stars   1 review

Issues: Education

Location: 3307 Lake Ave HWHN Baltimore MD 21213 USA

Mission: Heal a Woman to Heal a Nation, Inc. (HWHN, Inc.) will serve the needs of families by first building and repairing the lives of women through the areas of health, education, economic and self empowerment.
Programs: The Annual Heal a Woman to Heal a Nation Conference offers workshops that are informative and powerful. Each are designed to further develop participant’s knowledge in the areas of health, education, economic and self empowerment. Each year we tackle a major health issue through our workshops and exhibitor. The annual conference targets professional, collegiate and transitional women.
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Rating: 5 stars  

4 people found this review helpful

I can say that with my experience volunteering with the organization, it is priceless and overvaluable effort to educate, empower and inform women in the communities. Simplistically, women are a vital part of our society and there can never be enough efforts to have an outlet for women, a forum for women or sanction for women to understand each other, acknowledge problems they face, and to conform resolutions to problems/challenges to be better themselves individually and collectively. All of the women involved in facilitating, coordinating and directing this organization truly have outdone themselves.

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I directly have not seen results with the program. However, I can say that any information and efforts that any women who has participated in any of the events, trainings, forums, symposiums, or conferences has bettered themselves futuristically.

How frequently have you been involved with the organization?

About once a year

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