We're reimagining charity. Women are at the center of our approach. We look at the whole woman and her needs to bring her the support and resources that will help her find her own power – and unleash it. For over 25 years, Women for Women International has used an integrated approach to go beyond...
We invest in the power women have inside themselves. Through a bundled, gendered graduation approach, Women for Women International targets the social, economic, and cultural barriers women face around the world.
For more than 25 years, Women for Women International has used a bundled, gendered graduation approach to equip women survivors of war with the tools, skills, knowledge and support to rebuild to their lives.
Women need support most when caught in the midst of conflict. To reach women in their most critical moments, Women for Women International works with partners who can respond to conflict and make an immediate impact.
We advocate to achieve long-lasting changes for marginalized women survivors of war, using our program based evidence and working in partnership with like-minded organizations to influence policy and practice.
No society can prosper when half the population is prevented from reaching their full potential. Through our programs, we help communities shift their rules that specify what women can and should do to clear the social barriers that limit the success of women, their families and the community itself...
To bring lasting change in gender norms and inequalities, it’s not enough to work with only women. This is why we work with men – so they can join as allies and advocates for gender equality. In doing so, we help communities support women as they overcome social and economic barriers.
The women we serve are leaders on the front lines, rebuilding war-torn societies from the ground up. They are passionate about advocating for other women and their communities, and with our help, they become agents of change.
Our partners make it possible to create significant and lasting change that we otherwise would not be able to achieve. To learn more about partnership opportunities please email Lauren Di Silvio at email@example.com.
In 2015, world leaders agreed to 17 global goals for sustainable development — a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity by 2030
We use a mix of research methods and evaluation types to investigate specific programmatic questions. Our methods range from innovative qualitative research techniques, such as life history interviews, to large-sample surveys to examine quantifiable trends in women’s well-being in conflict-affected...