Description & History

Sauti Yetu is a community organization dedicated to mobilizing African immigrant women to improve the quality of their lives, strengthen their families and develop their communities. Sauti Yetu's direct services, public education, and advocacy promote immigrant girls' safe transitions into adulthood, curbs violence in the family, and gives poor and low income immigrant women access to life skills and leadership opportunities.


SAUTI YETU means “OUR VOICE” in Swahili

About the organization

Sauti Yetu Center for African Women

Zeinab Eyega
Executive Director
7186652486 ext: 203
Nafeesatou Massaqoui
Site Director-Staten island office
Shemukia Conley
Program Director-Children and Family Services
Zelika Compaore
Program Supervisor-Children and Family Services
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