Celebrating International Women’s Day : Peace rally in India

 Women Empowerment and Human Resource Development Centre of India (WHI) celebrated the Women’s Day  on March 8th    in  association with   International Women’s Peace Group ( IWPG),   International Alliance of Women, LBS institute of technology for women, All India Women’s Conference ( AIWC) , Chirayin Keezhu branch   and  Sandepani school . The celebration included a peace rally […]

Challenges in Pakistan

Ayesha Javeri, Executive Vice President of All Pakistan Women’s Association (APWA), reports:  Alongside the running of daily projects such as education at our schools, health at our clinics and craft at our industrial centres, this year we reopened a training and selling shop on our premises in the heart of the city. This shop called […]

Fighting Deadly Togetherness

Femicide is globally recognized as one of the gravest violations of human rights and gender-based killings as the most serious form of gender-based violence. Report from a symposium held in Vienna on International Day of Elimination of Violence against Women

Bangladesh Mahila Samity

The BMS is committed to work for the cause of women and children from all social status to conquer poor health, illiteracy and poverty with a slogan of “A Better Future”.

Greek Women’s Organizations demand the immediate lifting of all barriers that obstruct the passage of refugees

“On International Women’s Day (8th March), the GLWR rewards women distinguished in the field of important selfness social work, by conferring the “Social Achievement Award ALICE YOTOPOULOS MARANGOPOULOS”, a
This year, this award was conferred to the women of the Eastern Aegean Islands, for the support, hospitality, kindness and solidarity they offered to refugees, arriving in thousands every day during all of 2015 and until recently, destitute and in despair, to the Greek islands.

Help her live when giving life

Saturday, March 12, 2016 was a sad day in Cameroon: a pregnant woman called Monique Koumate was left to die on the steps of a reference hospital in Cameroon because she had no money to pay for treatment as relatives tried in vain to deliver twins alive. CEFAP immediately decided to launch a project to save at least poor pregnant women