These organisations and groups seldom receive publicity and often struggle to connect with potential donors. To help with this, Safe World partners with grassroots organisations and groups working with women and children.
We help our Field Partners by highlighting their work, and encouraging public support for individual grassroot projects.
AWARE-Uganda is based in Kaabong, on the border of South Sudan - a semi-desert, impoverished, remote warrior region. Life in Kaabong is a constant struggle, especially for the women.
The BBF works to tackle the root causes of maternal mortality in Nigeria, promotes women’s sexual and reproductive rights and helps women to make informed choices.
Centre Ubuntu is based at Bwira in western Rwanda and helps women survivors of the 1994 genocide.
"Together we work to bring sunshine and smiles back in their lives."
COFAPRI is based in Bukavu in the eastern Democratic Rupublic of Congo
The organisation empowers women through encouraging income-generating activities such as the rearing of livestock.
EACO is situated in the Mukono District in central Uganda.
The organisation works to support women, particularly widows and those living with HIV/AIDS, as well as vulnerable children.
Estrategia, Safe World Field Partner in Peru, helps grassroots women gain their land rights and build improved homes, with particular focus on resisting earthquakes.
Forum for Community Change and Development - Safe World Field Partner in South Sudan. FOFCOD envisions a new generation of productive and self-reliant South Sudanese...
Indus Community Empowerment Foundation (ICEF) is located in Sindh, Pakistan, and is working for the disadvantaged segment of society, regardless of colour, caste, and creed.
The current projects of New Life include orphanages for children of incarcerated parents, saving children from child labour, ensuring primary education for the rural children in India,
Safe World Field Partner in Pakistan, SAWERA, works for women's empowerment, education and peace in the tribal regions of Pakistan.
Sewa is a humanitarian, non-profit organization working across Sindh province in Pakistan.
The organisation works to eradicate poverty through providing facilities, training and education.
SURCOD works to empower women and girls in Malawi. Projects include helping disadvantaged children access secondary education and developing women's community enterprises.
For two decades, founder Ms Selestine Otom has been living positively with HIV and is an advocate for girl child education and protecting these girls from sexual abuse, as happened in her case...
WEAVE is committed to working with marginalized, oppressed, poor and exploited women & children from Burma, Thailand & other parts of Asia.
WFAC Cameroon works to promote and protect Cameroonian young women's human rights, and to support, connect, and encourage women to work together to create a caring community.
Our founder is a Sierra Leonean and lives in Freetown. During the civil war, he was forced to become a child soldier. In the middle of a gun battle, he risked his life to save a 5 year-old girl who had lost her parents. With this in mind, in 2009, he decided to use his education and professional network to help more small children.