Women are 14 times more likely to die in a disaster, yet their needs are often ignored in humanitarian response efforts.
They are excluded from decisions that affect their own lives, yet are the first to take action when a disaster strikes, often risking their lives to save others.
You can help to change this. You can support women to lead when the next cyclone or earthquake strikes.
When a woman is trained to lead an emergency response, she rebuilds more than buildings: She builds her resilience, as well as that of others under her care. She helps communities to recover faster, and to prepare for disasters before they occur.
Support women to lead in emergencies. Donate today.