Since 2005 we have invested $13,432,823 in women’s empowerment to support 31M people.

We actively engage in creating and implementing programs that challenge the norm and drive progress, whether it’s through our own initiatives or by backing impactful social innovators.

Our vision is a world where everyone, regardless of gender, has equal rights and opportunities. Our efforts are largely directed towards changing mindsets and engaging entire communities, including men and boys.

Our Approach

Funding early-stage ideas requires a leap of faith. That’s why we test, incubate and fund pioneering models to develop and gather insights from these new programmes. Once we get the ideas off the ground, we approach other funders to collaboratively co-fund programmes that we can successfully adapt, replicate and scale.

educatE girls

Afghanistan

We provide community-based primary education to underprivileged children (predominantly girls). We also train young women in computer literacy, coding and web-development.

WOMANITY AWARD

Brazil, Cape Verde, India, Lebanon, Mexico, South Africa

We catalyse cross-country collaborations to adapt and leverage innovative solutions to raise awareness, mobilise communities, and change social norms to end violence against women and girls.

Disruptive media

Middle East & North Africa

We support and collaborate with progressive platforms and media creators to produce bold content that challenges gender stereotypes, shifting gender-biased behaviour and mindsets.

Land for women

India

We partner with grassroots organisations to enable rural and marginalised women in India to access and own land, helping them to become more independent, self-reliant, and financially secure.

Our Impact

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31M

People supported by Womanity since 2005

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35,000+

Afghan girls supported with education since 2007

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120M

Media reach for Womanity’s programmes

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213,700+

Women made aware of their land rights

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Organisations adapted innovative strategies to prevent VAWG

money

$16M

Channelled into high-impact programmes across the Global South

Where we work

THANKS TO OUR PARTNERS