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Harvest Hope Africa Ltd
Vocational sewing training for victims of sexual violence
Help provide transformational, wholistic support for young victims of sexual violence in Goma, the Democratic Republic of Congo - teenage girls of sexual violence are invited to participate in an 18 month sewing and business training course.
In mid-FY23, CARE Australia is launching a pilot program, developing a microfinance digital platform to provide loans to MSMEs in Vietnam and targeting funding from values-aligned Australian businesses as well as individual lenders and donors. In Asia and the Pacific,...
We work with women because promoting gender equality is one of the most effective ways to solve the most challenging social problems facing our world today. While Africa has the highest concentration of women entrepreneurs in the world, they face...
CAMPAIGN FOR FEMALE EDUCATION AUSTRALIA LTD (CAMFED)
Empowering young women through education to lead across sub-Saharan Africa
The Learner Guide Programme is central to scaling CAMFED’s impact across Africa. It addresses systemic gaps and challenges in under-resourced education systems. It sets young women school graduates on the path to economic security, while incentivising and shaping their support...
Women for Change, fundraising committee of the LBW Trust
Kakenya’s Centre for Excellence
The Women for Change committee is focused on empowering women through education and supports the tertiary education of 78 Maasai women in Kenya and 4 in Sydney. All students come from the Transmara region in rural Kenya and are the...
Preventing sexual exploitation of girls in Cambodia
The AusCam Freedom Project will provide girls and young women with the support they need to resist the gendered risks and barriers that limit their opportunities in Cambodia, where gender-based violence, discrimination and unequal gender norms have caused girls and...
By acknowledging the differences between males and females we can raise the bar on the effectiveness of all philanthropy.
William C Richardson, WK Kellogg Foundation
Australians Investing in Women acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.
Also known as Australian Women Donors Network (ABN: 28 141 197 471), Australians Investing in Women is a registered charity endorsed by the Australian Tax Office as a deductible gift recipient (DGR1) under a special listing, all donations over $2 are tax deductible.