Global news and analysis, updates from women’s movements, and stories about women and girls fighting for gender equality
How are women in Lebanon addressing the unique needs of refugees? Our grantee partners and staff report back on a recent trip to the Middle East.
Our new strategic plan, complete with new brand and website, will help us achieve the goal we've always worked for: equality for all women and girls.
Lasting change happens when people join together and form a movement. But what exactly is a movement, and how do we know they matter?
Meet three women who have survived unthinkable assaults, but who are now recovering, and unbroken, with the help of our grantee partner PAIF.
New campaign highlights moving personal stories and beautiful photos of 20 women and girls around the globe who are demanding their human rights.
Women's groups are on the front-lines of recovery, rebuilding communities and ensuring that women's unique needs are being met.
Imagine how our economic engines would hum if every woman had equal access to education, skills training, employment, and entrepreneurial opportunity.
The right to live free from violence is a basic human right, yet gender-based violence persists in every country of the world.
A woman’s ability to control her own body and access the health services she needs is a fundamental right.
Rozina is a courageous 22-year-old Yazidi woman who asked for her story to be shared widely. This is her story.
Noha is a 40-year-old Syrian refugee from a village outside Hama who now lives with her family in Shatila refugee camp in Lebanon. This is her story.
Fall 2015 Impact Report
We are excited to share the impact of your belief in us. This past fiscal year, your generous support has helped Global Fund ...
Global Fund for Women collaborated on Investing for Positive Impact on Women: Integrating Gender into Total Portfolio Activation alongside Root ...
Global Fund for Women’s Strategic Plan sets out ambitious goals to increase funding, visibility and momentum for women’s human rights by 2020.