Pathways to Human Solidarity is a volunteer organization of women, run by women, dedicated to the support of women. We have designed a platform, especially focused on the expatriates living in Jeddah, which can benefit them through its resources and support system, with the help of all the volunteers, and through a strong sisterhood comprised of its expatriate and Saudi national members. We want to promote and encourage a positive outlook on life, through the provision of a mutual understanding and tolerance of all women and their beliefs. Through this collective energy, we believe we can increase the positive frequency of our communities, and redirect it to our families and society. It is important to know that you are not alone but supported by friends and peers making it easier to bridge gaps between women from different cultures and customs through emotional support and practical help.
The Pathways of Human Solidarity aims to open a women’s opportunity center with the intention of holding various programs, events and educational courses for female members and their children. The Pathways of Human Solidarity plans to collaborate with other NGO’s, local women’s associations, schools, and businesses, first through networking with other women’s groups, and second by using the education and individual talents of the members so that we are able to create a sense of community through self-development programs
This collaboration also encourages volunteerism and gives local women free use of the facilities for socialization. The members will have the opportunity to volunteer their talents and expertise to the programs and events held in the center, for example by arranging and teaching classes, facilitating programs, or attend and participate in such programs, events and classes. This sisterhood support will be a powerful force for empowerment, emotional healing, and positive social change.
Every woman has the right to live a life that is positive, meaningful, and self-fulfilling... a right to be accepted and respected regardless of race, religion or nationality... and the access to the group and community support needed to achieve personal or collective goals, and find happiness, stability, and self-worth.
S. A. Basyyoni
"If you are not making someone else's life better you are living yours wrong." Kushandwizdom