We support women civil society partners in countries facing dire peace, security and humanitarian challenges.
In Burundi, WPHF is working to promote the leadership of women and their organizations through community level economic empowerment projects while supporting advocacy initiatives in the field of peacebuilding and recovery.
In Colombia, WPHF is enabling women’s meaningful participation in the implementation of the peace agreement and ensure women’s active engagement in the country’s peacebuilding and recovery efforts.
In the DRC, the WPHF aims to ensure coordination of actions that promote women as key actors in conflict resolution, early recovery and sustainable development processes.
In Iraq, the WPHF aims to promote and enhance women’s engagement, leadership, empowerment and participation in decision making to counter violent extremism.
In Jordan, WPHF is providing vital support to women Syrian refugees in the realms of economic empowerment, protection of their human rights and combating sexual and gender based violence.
In Liberia, the WPHF aims to address strengthen the capacity of women’s organizations to contribute to key peacebuilding processes.
In Malawi, the WPHF aims to establish and support grassroots women’s civil society networks with enhanced capacities to advocate, initiate and participate in gender sensitive humanitarian action within disaster-affected areas and refugee/IDP camps, prioritizing skills transfers and resilience building for lost livelihoods.
In Mali, WPHF is supporting women to contribute significantly to the restoration of peace by financing projects that significantly enhance women's participation in peacebuilding and economic recovery.
In Nigeria, the WPHF aims to support CSOs to strengthen local women’s involvement in conflict prevention, improve policy coherence and coordination between key actors, and enhance women’s meaningful participation in decision making at all levels of the country’s peace and security sector.
In Palestine, the WPHF aims to increase the participation of women in political decision making, give voice to their protection concerns, address and prevent some of the root causes of their vulnerability to violence and build their leadership and resilience in local communities.
Across the Pacific, WPHF is supporting the development of an innovative and sustainable model of engaging women’s civil society organizations and mainstreaming gender into humanitarian response.
In Uganda, the WPHF aims to empower CSOs to facilitate the creation of an enabling environment that supports favorable attitudes and spaces for women’s participation and leadership.