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About us

We empower and promote women worldwide.

International Cultural Ambassador.

The Founder. 
Dr Monica Sanchez 

Born a native of the Republic of Guyana in 1959 where her education started. Migrated to the USA in her early teens where she continues her education attending University and obtaining her degree. Armed now with her PhD MS Sanchez has earn over twenty five years of experience as a Business Woman in the Fashion, Entertainment and Cultural Industries she has appeared in many Media Articles Documentaries, Radio & TV programs worldwide. Readmore

Mission

To empower people, especially women and girls, who are marginalized, to improve their well-being, influence development in their communities, and connect to networks for support. by educating them to utilize their skills, knowledge, and resources to uplift their lives and others.

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Vision

A peaceful world where individuals especially woman and are not abused, poor, untrained or marginalized; where people are equal and have full and equal participation, processes that ensure health, education and economic independence; and where everyone has the freedom to self-expression, identify and to strive to achieve their full potential.

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What We Do

With over twenty-seven years of on-the-ground experience working with and facilitating women in the USA, Caribbean, and Africa, our multi-level programs address the cultural, social and economic empowerment of communities through encouraging creative arts and life skill training, which we find is the most effective approach for growth and sustainable change.

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Leadership

With an international staff and trainers regionally and internationally Miss CARICOM Foundation-CIP Inc. brings communities together to interact, learn life, business, and vocational skills; increase their ability to grow with the knowledge and skills that are in-demand, address chronic issues; learn about their legal rights, health, and nutrition. The result: stronger women, stronger families, and stronger communities, therefore: “Strengthening our women to build strong nations,”