I have chosen
to dedicate a portion of my time and profits to supporting women in the developing world. Offering them the same packages and services I offer my NobiWorks customers--entirely for free.
Gender equity is the key to ending global poverty.
Women make up 70% of the world's poor  because of various cultural, societal and legal barriers to (paid) labor participation (female labor is largely unpaid ) and education.
Lowering these barriers means 70% of the world's poor have access to a livable income. And that translates to:
That's right. The nations of the world stand to gain $28 Trillion USD total in the year 2025 alone if they completely eradicate these barriers. Even if they simply match the country in their region with the best rate of change on this issue, the world gains $12 trillion. And that's in addition to what is earned in the business as usual scenario. Just to clarify, the world gains an additional $12-28 trillion dollars in the year 2025 alone if they lower these barriers to women. Consider poverty handled.
Empowering women to enter the business world and the workforce is one of the few statistically proven cures for poverty and socio-economic related injustice. The Nobi Project is how NobiWorks will take part in the solution.
"Until we all win."
If you are interested in becoming a Nobi Project candidate, please fill out the form below.
If you are interested in contributing to the Nobi Project contact me at Chloe@Nobiworks.com
 Morrison, Andrew, Raju, Dhushyanth and Nistha Sinha. Gender Equality, Poverty and Economic Growth. Gender and Development Group, Poverty Reduction and Economic Management Network, The World Bank
 Woetzel, Jonathan, and Anu Madgavkar. The Power Of Parity: How Advancing Women's Equality Can Add $12 Trillion To Global Growth. Report. McKinsey Global Institute, Mckinsey & Company.