MW4WSS was established in 2011 by a group of South Sudanese women who had resettled in Canada. Their mission was to assist South Sudanese and African communities in constructing a brighter future following the historical struggles of war.
MW4WSS endeavors to empower marginalized individuals, primarily within Black communities, women, girls, and newcomers, by offering them the necessary opportunities to flourish and realize their full potential.
One distinctive feature is our multicultural composition. Although predominantly Black, we incorporate individuals from various racial groups, enhancing the diversity and dynamics of our services.
Our initiatives are rooted in the principles of human-centeredness, mutual respect, equal opportunity, and participation, as well as cultural safety, diversity, and inclusion.