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As political figures and activists engaged in discourse, addressing the effects of climate change through political leadership, a small group of women in South Sudan assembled less than 1000 miles away. Faced with a withering supply of crops and livestock, they’re pursuing an avenue of farming that will make them more resilient.
To mark International Men's Day 2022 our newest Ambassador Mick Élysée demonstrates how men can channel their masculinity to create positive change.
All women are vulnerable to violence – with one in three experiencing some form in their lifetime. But those in conflict-affected regions are much more exposed to it. Living in conflict zones, experiences war and suffering displacement all increase the risk.
Following the conclusion of the 77th session of the UN General Assembly in New York, read our Global Policy and Advocacy Manager Nisha Singh's reflections on the past year of global advocacy, research and programme delivery to support women in Afghanistan.
In South Sudan, finding food and water is a woman's work. But it isn't easy, and two-thirds of the population are currently facing starvation. Read about some of the challenges women face in South Sudan and what one Change Agent, Cecilia, is doing about it.
The realities and experiences of the most marginalised women affected by conflict are unlikely to be captured in official, national-level data. That's why we started publishing data from the women in our programmes in 2017 - increasing their visibility. Read our top 10 highlights from our monitoring and evaluation data on how our work aligns with the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Women for Women International CEO, Laurie Adams, reflects on her visit to Poland to see how the survivors of the Russian invasion on Ukraine are able to maintain hope amidst chaos.
One year into the humanitarian and economic crisis in Afghanistan and the situation continues to worsen. Read about how we at Women for Women International are supporting our Afghan sisters.
Fundraising can be daunting if you have never done it before - but it is easier than you think! Here are our top five tips for a successful fundraiser.
In the past 12 months, we have seen women's rights in Afghanisan roll back - and they continue to be restricted more and more.
We've compiled a list of books, blogs, podcasts, (and more!) so you can hear directly from Afghan women and learn about their inspirational and courageous stories.
In Afghanistan, women will have to wear a burqa in public. While the Taliban promised a moderate government when they took power again in 2021, more and more freedoms for women are now being curtailed.