Women-led businesses transform local and global communities

Women reinvest their resources in their families, communities, and countries, making the whole world a better place – for everyone.  ABSF partners with organizations supporting entrepreneurship and vocational training for women.


A non-governmental organization in Santiago Atitlan, Guatemala, committed to assisting, defending, and furthering the rights of people with disabilities.


Providing the most promising young women from disadvantaged backgrounds in Africa the technology and entrepreneurial skills to compete economically and bridge the gender gap in tech.

Bulogo Women’s Group

A community based organization founded in 2004 in Uganda to create sustainable opportunities for women and girls to lift themselves and their families out of extreme poverty by providing a platform to share skills and information for development.

Girl Up Initiative Uganda

Building a vibrant movement of girls and young women through holistic education, economic empowerment, and youth engagement programs in the slums of Kampala, Uganda. 

OMAWA – Okoa Maisha Ya Watoto

OMAWA, ‘Save Children’s Lives’ in Swahili, is a small grassroots NGO in the rural district of Moshi, Tanzania, established by a group of teachers to address the needs and rights of vulnerable children in their community. 

Street Business School

Street Business School is on a mission to end generational poverty by empowering women as entrepreneurs.

With Women Kisoboka

With Women Kisoboka (WWK) – meaning with women it is possible – is dedicated to empowering the marginalized women of Uganda who live at the lowest income level with agency, meaning, and connection in their lives to positively transform themselves, their family and their community.  

Young Strong Mothers Foundation

Young Strong Mothers Foundation strives to become a home of hope, inspiration, and solutions to vulnerable girls, teen mothers, and their children.