On Mother’s Day, thousands gather to honor the strong and loving women in their lives who have raised them into the people they are.
Before joining Women for Women International in Nigeria, Rifkatu worked tirelessly to make a living through farming and trading in order to provide for her family.
Onyishi Bukola Adeola serves as the Country Director for Women for Women International – Nigeria, where she manages programmes that have served more than 60,000 women since 2000.
Onyishi Bukola Adeola serves as the Country Director for Women for Women International – Nigeria, where she manages programs that have served more than 57,000 women since 2000.
Laurie Adams is the Chief Executive Officer of Women for Women International (WfWI), a leading global organization dedicated to working with women survivors of war. With more than 25 years of experience working in international development and human rights, Ms.
For more than 10 years, Women for Women International's team in Afghanistan has worked to engage male leaders in Nangarhar province through our men’s engagement programme. The province is among the most conservative and patriarchal regions where we work.
For more than 10 years, Women for Women International's team in Afghanistan has worked to engage male leaders in Nangarhar province through our men’s engagement program.
“There are two Afghanistans – one dominated by the headlines of violence and the other captured in the untold stories and actions of courageous activists and everyday Afghans working to rebuild,” shared Pulitzer-Prize-winning journalist David Rohde during Women for W
It’s no surprise that mothers have a great impact on their children’s educational achievements. In the developing world, a mother’s level of education can determine her child’s chance of survival.
One year after 276 girls were kidnapped from their school in Chibok, Nigeria, WfWI-Nigeria Country Director Ngozi Eze reflects on the current situation and what can be done.