Every day, Afghan people are confronted by war, government instability, and terrorism which have pervaded this nation for decades. These volatile factors have impacted women directly.
This New Year continues to bring political unrest and devastation to millions of people around the world, including those countries within which we work such as the Democratic Republic of the Congo and South Sudan.
One of the gravest emergencies impacting the world today is the Syrian refugee crisis. The stories reported by the people who’ve bravely escaped Aleppo are incomprehensible.
Women for Women International staff mourn the loss of a valued colleague killed while advancing our life-changing work in Afghanistan.
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.
WfWI’s partner, Free Yezidi Foundation (FYF), based at the Khanke IDP camp in the Duhok Province in Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KRI), caters to the needs of 640 Yezidi women, most of whom are former ISIS hostages.
This blog was originally posted by WfWI President Laurie Adams on the Huffington Post on October 12, 2016.
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.