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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.
In June 2022, two members of our UK team, Preeya and Deetza, visited Nigeria to see our programme in action and hear from the women we serve. Read about their experience and the inspiring women they met there.
The lives of millions of people from Ukraine have been shattered by the Russian invasion - but thanks to the healing power of art therapy, women still have hope.
As the global refugee crisis has reaches a record high, it is crucial now more than ever to understand the obstacles facing refugees. This World Refugee Week, we have put together a list of seven must-see movies that provide an insight into the refugee experience and their powerful stories of survival.
It has been 100 days since Russia invaded Ukraine. With each day that passes, more and more women are at risk of sexual violence. Olena Behnke fled from Ukraine two months ago. She now works for Women for Women International, supporting other women refugees. Read her blog as the war continues.
As millions in Ukraine are forced to flee their homes, we must not forget about people in countries such as Afghanistan, South Sudan and Iraq who are also dealing with the effects of the war. Read about how the war in Ukraine is contributing to global hunger and leaving millions on the brink of starvation.
Marianne Kajokaya is our Country Director in South Sudan. In this blog, she shares how the war in Ukraine is affecting women in some of the world's poorest communities where we work in South Sudan.
Have you ever been inspired to fundraise for Women for Women International, but felt daunted by the prospect of having to raise the funds? You're not alone.
Globally, femicide is the leading cause of premature deaths of women. Audrey Mugeni, a member of our global Women for Women International global team, shares her expertise on the issue - which affects women in conflict and fragile states more than anywhere else in the world.
Iliriana Jaka Gashi, Director of Kosova – Women 4 Women, spoke to Gazeta Infokus about our work supporting women in Kosovo.
Following the UK Government's inquiry into extreme poverty, we set out the challenges the Government face to ensure their approach to extreme poverty meets the needs of marginalised women living in conflict-affected countries.
In honour of Women‘s History Month, we’re putting the spotlight on five iconic BIPOC women game-changers in history, and how we can carry on their legacy.