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Women for Women International is currently receiving support from the UK Government’s Department for International Development (DFID), through the Global Poverty Action Fund, to enable work in Nigeria and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
Barclays Capital and Barclays Women Initiative Network have actively supported our work since 2009 through fundraising events and grants for our one-year programme.
Through their Moments in Light initiative, De Beers are supporting 150 women survivors of war and conflict to participate in the Women for Women International year-long programme.
The 2014 ICAP Charity Day raised over £8 million was raised for charities around the world. Women for Women International was one of the charities selected to benefit. Money raised will enable us to enrol 140 women through our year-long training programme in South Sudan and introduce the Men's Engagement Programme.
Mint Velvet have chosen Women for Women International as one of four nominated charities for their new initiative, #MVGiving.
Since 2011, Neal’s Yard Remedies have highlighted International Women’s Day and raise funds for our programmes, donating 10% of product purchases across all their stores and online on March 8th.
The Swarovski Foundation will support over 500 marginalised women in Nigeria to participate in our year-long training programme for the next three years.
Special thanks to
• Sackler Trust: supporting the work of WfWI-UK
• Garfield Weston Foundation: supporting the work of WfWI-UK
• The Economist Group Charitable Trust: supporting our work in Kosovo
• The Guernsey Overseas Aid Commission: supporting our work in Rwanda
• The BACIT Foundation: supporting our work in Bosnia and Herzegovina
• The Evan Cornish Foundation: supporting our work in Nigeria
• The Lancashire Foundation: supporting the work of WfWI-UK