Terms & Conditions

  • All donations are used to help women living in developing countries to escape extreme poverty in 100 weeks.
  • The women decide how to spend the money. Donations are not refundable.
  • We will provide you with regular updates showing the impact your donation has on the lives of the women you support.
  • Every year 100WEEKS publishes an annual report accounting for all spending.
  • 100WEEKS processes personal data for use in its donor administration, fundraising programs and to inform relevant audiences about its activities. If you wish to unsubscribe from these updates please let us know via info@100WEEKS.org.

Privacy policy

  1. To ensure the quality of its services 100WEEKS keeps users’ personal data on file. Unless explicitly stated otherwise, these data are not shared with third parties. 100WEEKS uses your data to process memberships, one-time donations and/or provide other services.
  2. To ensure the security of processed data we have extensive procedures in place that prevent unauthorized persons from gaining access to private data.
  3. We record general user data relevant to website use, e.g. most-visited pages. This allows 100WEEKS to optimize website design.
  4. To ensure delivery of its services 100WEEKS reserves the right to use cookies. A cookie is a small file saved to your computer’s hard drive. 100WEEKS only uses temporary cookies. These cookies do not contain any personal data and their exclusive purpose is to facilitate the online user interface.

Stated objectives

  1. The foundation’s main business is international development aid and poverty reduction in developing nations. Its main objectives are:
    1. Improving the situation of people living in extreme poverty in developing nations by providing them with mobile money, a voice, and information.
    2. Carrying out any further action pertaining to or promoting the above in the broadest sense.
  2. The foundation achieves its objectives by
    1. creating an organization that wires donations to selected recipients using mobile-money technology, at the lowest cost possible, both in terms of staff and logistics;
    2. initiating, implementing and maintaining a system of mobile-money transfers ensuring a steady flow of money from the Netherlands to developing nations;
    3. raising funds, exclusively in the Netherlands at first, but in other European fundraising markets as well at a later date;
    4. fundraising in the developing nations where the foundation implements its programs;
    5. extensively studying the costs and benefits of its interventions and sharing this information with the public in a transparent manner;
    6. initiating, implementing and maintaining a low-cost, reliable system of data collection using mobile-phone surveys in rural areas;
    7. sharing relevant information with poor households through SMS, radio and other media;
    8. implementing new communication technology in research methods, data collection and dissemination;
    9. bringing together people, organizations and expertise to develop, study, improve and reflect upon the systems required;
    10. providing the public with spoken and written information;
    11. setting a standard for other organizations and projects that combat poverty, allowing them to benchmark the effectiveness of their own programs.