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Giving Tuesday MATCH!

Support women survivors of conflict and your donations will go TWICE as far! Your donation will help at-risk women in Afghanistan, Sudan, Ukraine, Palestine, and other active conflict zones rebuild their lives. There's never been a better time to make a difference.

Shop With Purpose

From colorful bags to stylish necklaces, you can find one-of-a-kind gifts for the special people in your life, handmade by talented artisans in Rwanda. We also offer a wide range of symbolic gifts with personalized cards.

What Do We Do?

We work at the critical intersection of women and conflict providing skills, knowledge, and resources that create sustainable change for women, their families, and their communities.

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Where We Work

We proudly provide a broad array of vital support and education for women in 8 countries around the world that have felt the devastating effects of conflict.

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#SheDares: When Women’s Rights are on the Line

Women are daring to challenge oppression with acts of defiance — even in the most difficult and dangerous circumstances. Our new campaign celebrates this bravery. 

Celebrating 30 Years

Three decades ago, one woman turned a moment of outrage into a movement. Today that movement has turned into a global community supporting over half a million women survivors of war and conflict around the world. 

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We are thrilled to offer exquisite hand-crafted creations by women in our Rwanda program! From bright foldable tote bags to one-of-a-kind bracelets, every purchase supports talented women survivors of war on their path to self-reliance.