Creating a 'Gender Compass' - an audience segmentation tool that will inform more effective gender equality advocacy, to help shift toxic attitudes against women. It will be shared publicly and freely for all to use. It is based on the groundbreaking 'Climate Compass' project in America and Australia.
Women over 50 are the fastest-growing cohort experiencing homelessness in Australia and Under Cover follows an eclectic group of these women who are tough and determined, while experiencing homelessness. Their moving but optimistic portraits lay bare the flaws in our...
Provide Job Readiness for Survivors of Domestic Abuse
This project will establish a training centre and enable 20 at-risk single mothers to train in traditional Vietnamese naturopathic therapies and beautician skills, and find work in one of many local spas. This will enable them to escape dangerous family situations while still having the ability to financially support themselves and their children.
Provide Start-Up Capital for an Indigenous Women's Business
80% of indigenous Mexicans live in poverty. The situation is even worse for women in rural areas, who are less likely to work in the formal economy and earn a fair income. This project will see 14 indigenous Ikojts women in Oaxaca expand their new business, selling goods including traditional textiles and foods.
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...
First Nations Bushfoods and Botanical Alliance Australia
Growing an Indigenous Agri-Culture HUB
This project seeks to create an Indigenous female-led bushfoods and botanicals Retail and Tourist destination which will require (fit-out, stocking and staff) to develop the initial commercial retail space. It will showcase Indigenous bushfood & botanical products made by Aboriginal women. We also aim to establish a processing and education program, including a mobile division that focuses on educational product development for women in remote communities nationally.
Enable Women to Earn an Income and Manage Their Periods Without Shame
In Tanzania, 80% of girls don’t have the ability to manage their periods hygienically due to a lack of access to purchase sanitary products as well as lack of ability to pay for them. In mountainous and rural areas, pads are almost impossible to find in stores, even if girls could afford them.
MDA's Who Gets To Tell Australian Stories report outlined that not only are those telling the stories on screen predominately Anglo –Celtic but so are those working in senior television news management roles are predominately Anglo –Celtic men. This project is designed to empower culturally and linguistically diverse female journalists, the requisite knowledge and skills to navigate climbing the ranks of leadership.
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 to the younger generation of children, both in school and as they finish their education.
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...
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.