We are deeply saddened by the terrible effects of the earthquake in Syria and Turkey and our thoughts are with those affected by loss and tragedy.
Right now, we are in contact with partner organisations with operations in Syria to assess the situation and to provide support. This disaster has drastically worsened the humanitarian crisis and we know from experience that women and girls will be disproportionately impacted.
It has been more than 10 months since Russia launched its full-scale invasion of Ukraine. This war has devastating effects on all parts of the Ukrainian population, but as always, the conflict effects different parts of the population in different ways.
Therefore, it is essential that the international community applies a gendered and intersectional approach to their response. Read our new policy brief where we outline specific recommendations to the international community.
Society as a whole lose when violence are committed against women and girls.
Around the world, women are underrepresented in politics, decision-making and peace processes.
We work for sustainable peace, human security and equal participation of women in peace processes.
We believe a lack of economic equality is a major barrier to gender equality.
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The Kvinna till Kvinna Foundation is able to support women in conflict-affected areas through financial support from government agencies, institutions, foundations, organisations, companies and individual private donors.