In light of International Women’s Day next week, we would like to draw attention to the issues of insecurity and the ways in which this affects the women we work with.
Earn and save money
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.
Yesterday, The Gates Foundation released their annual letter on their work that saves and improves lives in developing countries.
The problem of mandatory formalization in financial inclusion
8 November, 2016 – H.E. Mrs. Jeannette Kagame, the First Lady of Rwanda, and the First Lady Mrs. Claudine Talon of Benin, toured the Urugo Women’s Opportunity Center near Kayonza today.
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.”
Alice Rivers-Cripps, founder of the successful British jewellery company Posh Totty Designs, visited our programmes in Kosovo in June 2016.
Twenty-seven Women for Women International Rwanda Program graduates will be among the hospitality team to support the operations of the new Marriott Hotel in Kigali. The hotel hosted a grand opening today, Tuesday, October 4.
Breaking Silos: Gender and the Sustainable Development Goals
"I saw first-hand how your support can go such a long way, and not only benefits the women in our programme, but also their families and communities," writes Nicola Casey, our Senior Philanthropy Manager, about her recent visit to Rwanda.