A recent survey by the Association for Women's Rights in Development (AWID) found that more than 75% of women's organizations had an annual income of less than $100,000; 36% had less than $25,000. Limited access to funding and other support weakens women's organizations' ability to sustain their impact, wasting vital benefits they could offer.
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To ensure that women remain a vital part of post-Gaddafi Libya, with a particular emphasis on inclusive transitions, women’s rights, youth leadership, advancement and security as related to women’s political and economic participation, constitutional reform, and education.Learn More
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The Panzi Foundation supports the mission of the Panzi Hospital, which is to assure holistic quality care to the population through improved health care service delivery, community outreach activities, and advocacy.Learn More
Every part hurts--feet, trudging weeks from her village now stinking of corpses, burnt huts, and surviving kinfolk who drove her out. Neck cramping from the sack with her few belongings balanced on her head. Arms aching from the weight of a child butting her chest to nuzzle the dried breasts, his hunger howls joined by the newborn slung in a basket across her sore back.
Synergie des Femmes pour les Victimes des Violences Sexuelles provides psycho-social, medical, and legal defense services to victims of sexual violence in North Kivu province, Democratic Republic of Congo.Learn More
Throughout the DRC, ravaged by over two decades of war, the work is difficult and dangerous. In certain areas the female human rights defender is seen as opposing traditional customs; her family tries to force her to abandon her work, for her safety and theirs.
The Syrian Women's Forum for Peace aims to activate Syrian and international public opinion to lobby decision makers to adopt peaceful political means to build a democratic state.Learn More
As mothers, as lovers of peace, and as Syrian women who want an end to war, we sign with tears in our eyes in order to stop this horrific violence against innocent people within Syria.