Amplifying girls’ and women’s voices
so they can
fully exercise their rights
In the light of today’s most pressing challenges and inequities, Women Win endeavors to continuously push boundaries when it comes to collaborations and strategies so that funding for girls’ and women’s rights are responsive to the real needs of women and girls on the ground and that of their communities. We recognise and value innovation when tackling the barriers that prevent women and girls to live a happy and empowered life.
Organisations around the world have been creative and resilient – just like our funding mechanisms and initiatives.
Through our daughter brands, Women Win provides organisations with the resources they need to amplify girls’ and women’s voices so they can fully exercise their rights.
Connects the power of business with the deep assets of women’s funds and organisations.
Through Win-Win Strategies, Women Win works to catalyse a transformative, cross-sectoral approach to sustained women’s economic resilience. We leverage the expertise and resources of women’s funds/organisations, companies and other multi-sectoral partners to strengthen investment in women’s economic resilience strategies and programmes.
Advance the playing field that empowers adolescent girls and young women through sport and play.
GRLS leverages the power of sports and play to strengthen leadership skills of adolescent girls and young women so they can become better equipped to exercise their rights.
This is possible thanks to collaborations with a wide variety of grassroots women’s organisations, corporations, development organisations, sports bodies and government agencies. As we grow, we continue to develop new tools and ways to promote sport as a strategy to empower adolescent girls and young women, including open source guidelines and grassroot approaches. We learn, document, and share the impact of gender-sensitive sport programmes with a clear women’s rights approach.
Despite the challenges brought by the pandemic, at Women Win we have accelerated our plans to decolonise and democratise our own processes and structures. We are co-creating various initiatives ensuring that the ecosystem supporting and advocating for gender justice and equality is healthy and robust. We have designed and shared organisational resilience tools and have migrated much of our offer capacity strengthening services online.
We also acknowledge that the digital gender divide hinders access to much our online services and resources and have actively engaged with our local partners to support the development of materials, which can be accessible for women and girls (comic books, brochures, radio).