And Still We Rise

The Global Fund for Women is pleased to share with you our 2010-2011 Annual Report (, "And Still We Rise", which tells the stories of women-led change this past year -- from women's leadership in the Arab Spring, to a young feminist…Read More

End sexual violence as a weapon of war

Half a million Congolese women have been raped and assaulted by multiple military forces over the past decade. In Colombia, women and girls have been repeated targets of violence throughout the country's history of civil conflict. Women in Burma – like their…Read More

Listening to Women About War

Global Fund for Women Board Member Abigail Disney talked to us about her storytelling addiction, newest documentary and why it’s important to listen to women during wartime. She is co-creator of Women, War & Peace, a new PBS five-part documentary series…Read More

Meet Lebanon's Geekettes

Geek Out with Lebanon's Geekettes [STORY] Equipped with writing, filming and editing skills, “Geekettes” are ready to take back technology and introduce audiences to an entirely new way of looking at the world: through the eyes of Lebanese girls ages 15-19.…Read More

One Year After the Floods, Women Rebuilding Pakistan

Dear friends, We’ve prepared a special video interview with our former CEO Kavita N. Ramdas on her recent visit to Pakistan ( where she witnessed the positive…Read More

Help Restore Dignity

Dear Causes supporters, The whole northeast Horn of Africa is dealing with the worst famine in 60 years. This is a famine exacerbated by the effects of conflict, climate change, drought, social injustices, and a history of foreign intervention. In times…Read More

Welcome our new CEO!

The Global Fund for Women has a new President and CEO, Dr. Musimbi Kanyoro! After an intensive and thoughtful search, the Board of Directors and staff are pleased to announce Dr. Musimbi Kanyoro as the new President and CEO of the Global Fund for Women.…Read More
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