Enable WEAVE to help women and children recover from the devestation caused by fire which swept through refugee camp.
A bomb destroyed the office of SAWERA on 30th March 2013.Last year, co-founder Farida Afridi was brutally murdered on her way to the office.Help ensure their work can continue.
The women of Kaabong have to walk two kilometres to collect water for their orchard, which provides the only fruit for miles...Help them with a bore hole and irrigation.
In two successive years, Pakistan was struck by devastating floods, wreaking havoc in some of the poorest communities. Recovery is a long process for many families.
Help COFAPRI support women and children survivors of domestic violence and war rape in the villages of rural DR Congo.Together we can give them hope for the future.
Enable 16 women and 5 men to be trained in tailoring skills by qualified trainers, and provided with sewing machines, fabric and accessories. Garments produced will be sold in local markets.
Help WFAC Cameroon provide educational material to teach young women about their rights, particularly reproductive health rights.Knowledge is essential for equality.
Help EACO to end child sacrifice and abduction.Through advocacy, education, tackling poverty and providing water sources close to homes, children's lives are made safer.
Help Nigerian women to become aware of their maternal health rights and access safe to health care.The Brown Button Foundation team of medical doctors provides health care and trains birth attendants.