Let us help you feel safer when out alone.
Sikura was created following hearing the public outcry immediately after Paulina Dembska’s brutal murder in Sliema, Malta in January 2022. Several women stood up and asked for something to be done to ensure women feel safer when alone.
Since then, Sikura is working hard to put together a portfolio of varied products and service that support women, while also advocating for the importance of education that would lead to a safer society for all.
It’s time to ensure that there are no more victims of femicide…
We can’t keep tolerating the killing of innocent women because they still are perceived as weak or as someone’s property.” Nicole Borg, Founder of Sikura
Special Thanks to All Our Outstanding Supporters
Rachel Cassar, Kimberly Grixti, Giselle Borg Olivier, Dana Taylor, Jonathan Brincat, Jessica Magro, Chris Kerins, Mel McElhatton, Stefania Bagala’, Karl Farrugia Wismayer, Natalia Titley, Melanie Zammit Burg, Yuji Yamaguchi, John Torpiano, Julie Galea, Naomi Bugre, Christa Caruana, Maria Borg, Lauren Polkey, Joseph Cassar, Fiona Attard, Marienne Zammit, Michelle Grima Duca, Caroline Nabbe, Jasmine Farrugia, Nikki Vella, Lara Attard, Karl Wismayer, Nicole Borg, Maryanne Huber, Lorraine Borg, Ambrose Muscat, Jessica Azzopardi, Kelly Azzopardi, Gail Cuschieri, Kristina Duca, Martina Caruana, Warren Sammut, Helga B. Ellul, Marie Therese Debattista, Abigail Mallia, Mairella MacLeod, Francesca Vella, Emma Camilleri, Meredith Ebejer, Joshua Ellul, Eman Borg Mercieca, Corinne Falzon, Duncan Muscat, Charmaine Borg, Julietta Camilleri, Jacob Portelli, Leanne Galea, Lee Sultana, Sarah Portelli, Christopher Barbara (o.b.o. Doctors for Choice), Ramona Cauchi, Sandrina DeGabriele, a Group of Coworkers and Oriana Farrugia.
Upcoming Events And
We Want Every Woman to Feel Safer in Malta
It would be easy to say, let’s just worry about the women who can afford to pay for our safety devices and services. However, we don’t like to take the easy way out of things. Our promise is to each and every woman, and therefore, Sikura aims to provide its products and services for free to women who would not otherwise afford it.
Sikura is working hard to partner up with several NGOs and community leaders to identify women in need and provide them with the most ideal device and service, based on their life situation, for free. This is done by donating 5% of the profit from every sale to the cause as well as through a program whereby any individual can decide to purchase a device and donate it rather than receive it themselves.
Interested in purchasing a device to donate it to someone else?
- Visit our online store
- Choose the product you would like to purchase and donate
- Proceed to check-out
- Before finalising, make sure you tick:
“Donate this product in my name”
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