Tomorrow Foundation partners with Justice for Women to fight human sex trafficking in Africa

September 2022 New-York

On September 23, 2022, Founder and President of Tomorrow Foundation alongside President of Justice for Women - Daphna Edwards Ziman launched the initiative to create smart cities that foster women who are victims of human trafficking in Africa.

Together the foundations organized a gala at NeueHouse in New York City during the UN General Assembly with changemakers such as Queen Diambi, Honorary Ambassador Crispin Gregoire, First Lady Fatima Maada Bio, April Sutton, Mame Toucouleur Mbaye, former Senator Joseph Dunn, Dr. Hans Keirstead, Danelle Jenetayeva, Dennis Ramdahin, Tony Suber, Mohan Toramall, Kai Zen Bickle, NeueHouse's Josh Wyatt and Oberon Sinclair, as well as many other celebrities, VIPs, industrial and political leaders. Alpina Investments kicked off the project by their generous donation for the first ever smart city under the umbrella of Justice for Women. Many artists and visionaries showed support by performing at the event, the list included Chaka Khan and Doug E. Fresh, Ali Caldwell.

People from all arenas including the fashion industry joined the event to show efforts towards fighting for justice for women who have been emotionally and physically traumatized through sex trafficking all these years. The fashion exhibit showcased unique styles by designers such as Aaron Gomez, Simone Rodriguez, Gloria Lee, Andrea DiFiore, Suzette Opara, Lindsey Mallon and Elena Nazaroff. They reflected the perseverance and resilience of women through their design and art.

President Maggie Gu shared her wisdom at the event touching emotions of everyone present there and inspiring with her valuable experience of working in Africa. Her diverse background and education made her the perfect addition to the board of Justice for Women. “I created the Tomorrow foundation in Africa for ‘HOPE’. I believe in economic development of society along with sustainable impact. Joining the mission with Justice for Women engenders the moral of Tomorrow Foundation; working together, we can become stronger together.”

Justice For Women's partners include, Tomorrow Foundation, SDG Impact Fund, Vihara Foundation, Children Uniting Nations, IREX, Models Against Sex Trafficking, Human Alliance, United Cities North America, and POSSIBLE Humanitarian Concerts. Justice For Women is a US-based 501c3 non-profit organization under the umbrella of Children Uniting Nations and SDG Impact Fund. They are collectively raising awareness about violence against women and striving for their equal rights along with justice.


Justive for Women is a global initiative with a specific purpose to eradicate emotional, economical, and physical violence against women.

Every Girl’s City aims at rescuing, rehabilitating and reintegrating into society, the traumatized female and male children victims of sex and labour trafficking in Africa. The objective is to build a safe haven community in a secured location in South Africa, providing food, energy, water & sustainability along with affordable and disaster resilient housing. Every Girl’s City will be self-sustained by developing local industries and sustainable skilled jobs, careers and social safety-network for 10,000 people. Every Girl’s City in South Africa will be the model for other cities to combat poverty and violence against women whilst empowering young women across Africa.

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