Yesterday, The Gates Foundation released their annual letter on their work that saves and improves lives in developing countries.
Florence, Godelive, and Nazera did not have a say in the U.S. election, and yet it may have a profound effect on their lives.
Stay tuned to find out how you can double your impact and make a difference in the lives of these incredible survivors of war.
Join us on Giving Tuesday, November 29th, for a Virtual Rally for Women’s Rights
Why do you support women’s rights? Have you thought about why it is important to you?
Our Policy and Programme Grants Manager, Katie Allen, recently visited Nigeria and had the opportunity to learn more about the powerful impact of engaging men in women's empowerment. Read her blog here.
We believe that empowering women economically is not only the right thing to do to honour the world’s commitment to human rights—it is also the smart thing to do for development, economic growth and business.”
Increased Political Action Needed for Women Survivors of Conflict
Increased political action needed for women survivors of conflict.
Maria Sanchez, a women's rights activist from Colombia, explains the leading role played by women in the recent peace negotiations.
Onyishi Bukola Adeola serves as the Country Director for Women for Women International – Nigeria, where she manages programmes that have served more than 57,000 women since 2000.