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African descendant women and girls in all parts of the world experience unparalleled suffering and discrimination in education, business, and social spaces. Despite decades of interventions by faith-based institutions, government bodies, and foreign aid groups, black women and girls continue to be the global face of poverty. Òman Baako is a social innovation firm that was founded to disrupt the perpetuation of suffering among black women around the world by facilitating opportunities for Pan-African women to connect with one another for mutual support in education, business, and in transforming harmful social norms.


Òman Baako envisions a world in which African and African descendant people work together to build communities where all people, including women and girls, are free to live to their fullest potential, uninhibited by violence or discrimination so that they can contribute to their communities’ sustainable well-being.

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