Partnering locally,

impacting globally

Women’s funds and organisations are gender experts in unique and complex local contexts. Partnering with local organisations in programme design and delivery facilitates lasting social and financial value, as we rely on their experience in using holistic approaches to advance women’s economic resilience.

Our tailor made initiatives

Our services are centred on creating meaningful partnerships and practical initiatives that work for women and for business. We tailor our services based on unique needs, expertise, and context.

Fostering cross-sector
partnerships in East Africa

As the importance of the corporate sector in East Africa increases, a vital moment is presented to positively influence companies to play a key role on tackling female poverty through a building block approach to women’s economic empowerment and resilience.

Building bridges for women’s economic empowerment and resilience

Building Bridges for Women’s Economic Resilience is a five-year programme implemented by Win-Win Strategies with the support from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of The Netherlands. The programme includes activities in The Netherlands and in Kenya and aims to advance women’s economic rights and resilience in the floriculture and other supply chains.

Accelerating adolescent girls and women’s economic progress

The Personal Advancement & Career Enhancement (P.A.C.E.) Programme supports adolescent girls and young women with education and life skills training to support and advance their personal and professional growth.

Strong women’s movement

Economic resilience means ensuring that women and girls have the power to make economic decisions equally with their male peers, enjoying the same economic resources, including access to education, jobs, information, credit, assets and opportunities at all levels.

Life skills programming for female
workers in global supply chains

Win-Win Strategies and Primark partner to address female workers’ rights and life-skills education in global supply chains.