Programme participant in sewing class in Iraq. Photo: Women for Women International

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The Power Up Club is a passionate, dynamic and determined group of Women for Women International supporters with a common purpose: growing women’s power globally and building a more equal, peaceful and prosperous future. Photo: Steve Murigi
The Power Up Club is a passionate, dynamic and determined group of Women for Women International supporters with a common purpose: growing women’s power globally and building a more equal, peaceful and prosperous future. Photo: Steve Murigi

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This Holiday period, treat your loved ones (and yourself!) to gifts that have the power to transform lives. We’ve put together a list of meaningful gifts for our global sisterhood that donate a percentage to our work with women survivors of war.

Amina Mašić, a blogger and a participants of the Žene za Žene International Democracy Academy for Young Women shares the story of the sisterhood between Amela and Brita.

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Every woman has the power to transform her own life — and the lives of girls around her. On International Day of the Girl Child, we are spotlighting the barriers to equality facing girls in Nigeria and the women working to clear the way.

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On World Teacher's Day, we asked three of our trainers to share their experiences of teaching during a global pandemic.

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This month, students across the UK are returning to the classroom after the long COVID-19 shutdown – and in the conflict-affected countries where we work, women are also being reunited at our training centres after months apart. In Iraq participants enrol in online classes as COVID-19 lockdowns continue.

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For the past few months during the COVID-19 pandemic, dozens of Women for Women International graduates in Rwanda have been putting their sewing skills to use as part of a local effort to provide more masks. As well as helping protect their local community, women are also earning an income despite the economic impacts of COVID-19.

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The Coronavirus pandemic has highlighted an increased need for our work with women survivors of war. Donate today to help the women we serve survive COVID-19 and your gift will be matched at no extra cost to you.

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