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We’re supporting women to farm using sustainable, climate-resilient methods, and come together in collectives to access their rights, and empower themselves and each other.
We’re supporting women to lead the ongoing recovery from the 2015 Nepal earthquakes, ensuring the protection of women’s rights and psycho-social support for those continuing to experience trauma.
We’re supporting women to lead initiatives that increase the resilience of vulnerable communities to the risk of future disasters.
We’re supporting community leaders to implement positive social change in their communities, and are connecting women clothing producers to global markets through an innovative social enterprise.
We’re supporting women to create and campaign for safe urban environments. We’re also supporting communities to become more resilient to future disasters and campaign for their land rights.
We’re supporting women to build the resilience of their communities to climate change and increasing emergencies, and to mobilise around protection of women’s rights.
We supported the ongoing local and women-led recovery from Cyclone Winston, and through the Shifting the Power Coalition are supporting women from across the Pacific to engage with local, regional, national and international humanitarian actors to promote women’s leadership.
We’re supporting forums for women and girls to advocate for their rights, as well as provide leadership in emergencies and preparing for disasters.
We’re building a movement of Australians who campaign, organise, and fundraise in solidarity with women around the world fighting for their rights in the face of poverty and injustice.
We’re working to protect the rights of women mine workers, and are supporting women farmers to campaign for their rights and access protection centres.
In Indonesia, we are working alongside YAPPIKA-ActionAid to strengthen the resilience of disaster-affected communities through women’s leadership in sustainable disaster recovery programs.
We’re supporting women to campaign for their economic rights and opportunities, ensuring they have access to sustainable livelihoods.
We’re supporting women to lead the response and recovery efforts following Hurricane Mathew.
ActionAid’s women-led humanitarian response to Hurricane Matthew supported women and the most vulnerable members of Grand Anse to secure their safety and train in women’s rights and protection.
We’re supporting women in communities to build their influence and leadership in response to climate crisis, and to demand their land rights.
We are supporting women and their communities in Eastern and Southern Africa to have greater decision-making power and control over natural resources, and to develop people-centred mining charters.
We’re supporting women and their communities to increase their capacity to claim and protect their human rights by articulating their aspirations and developing people-centred mining charters.
women your donation could support.
We work with some pretty inspiring women around the world! Have a read of their stories and get in touch to find out how you could get involved in standing in solidarity with them.
Sabita from Bangladesh
Mary from Kenya
South African Activists
Leading emergency response in Bangladesh
In 2013, when Sabita Rani heard that Cyclone Mahasen was heading towards her village in southern Bangladesh, she sprang into action. The mother-of-two led a group of almost two dozen women who helped...
Meet Mary from Kenya
Mary lives just 10 minutes from Isiolo – a town in Kenya about six hours’ drive from Nairobi. The climate here is hot, harsh and no stranger to drought. Mary has come a long way, overcoming some...
South African activists fighting back at Australian mining company
When an Australian mining company commenced work in Lephalale, a small coal-mining town in the South African province of Limpopo, they did so with promises of improved roads and good jobs –...
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