Women in Darfur risk their safety to collect firewood. By providing them with fuel-efficient stoves, the risk of violence is reduced.
Help train Women's Installation Teams in Tanzania to build stoves to improve health and provide women with employment.
While 80% of our Sisters in Strength high school youth leaders are accepted to colleges and universities across the country, it’s a struggle for them to complete the four years.
Education is the most promising way out of poverty, hunger, inequality and oppression for future generations of women.
Support India’s first Women’s Support Centers and help thousands of women to gain access to government services and a plot of land to live on and farm.
In many low-income countries, women lack access to job skills, technical and business training. UN Women is using webinars to train women to become economically empowered.
Solar air heaters provide warmth and economic security to single mothers’ families during winter on Native American reservations on the Great Plains.