“She found me empty, but left me a totally different person,” says Francoise Niyodusaba about Jane Abatoni, her life skills trainer. “She inspired me to hope again and feel alive again.”
2015 is an opportunity for genuine action on women’s rights, which would support real progress in more sustainable and peaceful societies.
From Boko Haram’s assault on education to combating the spread of Ebola, headlines from Nigeria have drawn global attention this year.
Ngozi Eze, Country Director of Women for Women International - Nigeria, tells us about the power of civil action
WfWI's Senior Director of Communications, Amber Khan, recently sat down with Lina Rozbih at Voice of America News - Dari for an interview broadcast across Afghanistan to discuss the prevalence of violence against women worldwide.
25 November is the International Day for Elimination of Violence Against Women, which marks the start of 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence.
Country Office Spotlight: Afghanistan