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March 19, 2014, Washington D.C
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June 28, 2013, Washington D.C.
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WfWI Statement on the Assassination of Senior Women's Activist in Afghanistan
December 11, 2012, Washington D.C.
Women for Women International (WfWI) condemns the assassination of Najia Sediqi, the regional head of the Afghan Ministry for Women’s Affairs for Laghman province.
WfWI Statement on the Death of Aloisea Inyumba
December 6, 2012, Washington D.C.
Women for Women International mourns the loss of Aloisea Inyumba, the Rwandan Minister of Gender and Family Promotion, who led efforts to bring healing and justice to the people of Rwanda after the 1994 genocide.
WfWI Statement Regarding Unrest in DRC
November 28, 2012, Washington D.C.
Due to recent violence in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Women for Women International (WfWI) announced today it temporarily suspended program operations out of our offices in Goma for the safety and security of our staff and the women in our program.
WfWI Will Honor Lucy Liu with Champion of Peace Award
November 5, 2012, Washington D.C.
Women for Women International [WfWI] announced today that actress and humanitarian Lucy Liu will be the honored recipient of the organization’s 2012 Champion of Peace Award.
WfWI Supports Women of South Sudan Country's First Anniversary
July 9, 2012, Washington D.C.
Today, Women for Women International (WfWI) recognizes the one-year anniversary since South Sudan declared independence from Sudan.
Holocaust Survivor Margit Meissner
June 11, 2012, Washington D.C.
WfWI Supporter, 90-year-old Holocaust survivor Margit Meissner, will travel to Rwanda June 24th – 30th, to meet two women survivors of the 1994 genocide, one whom she has sponsored through WfWI’s programs and the other whom she will sponsor in the upcoming year.
WfWI Partners with Space NK
May 8, 2012, Washington D.C.
WFWI Partners with Space NK Apothecary in Launching "IN PEACE" Perfume. Proceeds of sales will benefit women in war-torn countries.
Statement by WfWI on Recent Violence in Sudan
April 27, 2012, Washington D.C.
Since the end of March, aerial and ground attacks on both sides of the border have resulted in numerous casualties, including children. Over 35,000 people have been forced to flee for their safety.
WfWI Announces Ongoing Support for Women of South Sudan
March 15, 2012, Washington D.C.
Support will continue for the women of South Sudan, who have been deeply affected by ongoing violence and growing food insecurity, and for efforts to establish lasting peace in the war-torn region.