This report looks at a range of approaches aimed at improving institutional and private donors support to feminist organisers and collective and individual women’s rights’ actors in MENA. It is divided into three parts: analysis, policy recommendations, and three selected case studies. The case studies are in-depth interviews with feminist organisers from three recently established and/or small-scale organisations: Gharssah, Egna Legna and Assiwar. This report is an invitation for interested donors and funding agencies to move towards a model of “trust-based” funding practices focusing on analysing and understanding the ways feminist organisers and women’s rights advocates engage and organise. To support feminist organisations in MENA, we provide the reader with six key recommendations to achieve sustainability in funding, strategies, solidarity and connections, partnership and advocacy.