The Kvinna till Kvinna Foundations supports women in conflict-affected regions. We do so by cooperating with 140 partner organisations across the world.
We believe in dialogue and long-term partnership. Our strength is that we get to know our partners, listen to them and support their priorities. We do not tell our partners what we believe the solution should be: we trust that they know that best themselves.
Our 13 country offices allow us to be responsive and stand by our partners in their struggle.
We offer our partners core financial support, training and networking opportunities. These are essential for local women’s rights organisations to be able to improve women’s lives. The goal is to strengthen our partners’ capacity, autonomy and sustainability.
With our support, women’s rights organisations can focus on doing what they do best: building a more equal society, promoting democracy and human rights, and achieving sustainable peace.
Learn about how we work with programmes in our programme handbook »
Our support provides partners with:
Kvinna till Kvinna builds long-term, sustainable partnerships with women human rights defenders around the world. Learning is a key part of those partnerships. We offer training, build capacity, facilitate networking and knowledge sharing, and follow up on participants’ development—all to create lasting change.
The Kvinna till Kvinna Foundation cooperates with diverse organisations that are active in conflict-affected areas, share our values and are committed to creating change.
Our partners vary in size, area of expertise, outreach capacity and thematic focus.
To become a partner organisation and receive support from us, an organisation needs to fulfil several criteria. These include financial transparency, accountability and compliance with funding conditions.
Please note that Kvinna till Kvinna has a careful internal mapping process to identify potential partners, meaning we do not generally consider spontaneous partnership applications.
Read more about how we work with partners in our partnership policy.
We regularly publish reports and info material on women’s rights, conflict resolution and peace and security. Each year, we also produce an annual report about the work of our partner organisations and the progress made during the year.
Find out the latest from our 140 partners that work with gender-based violence prevention, equal participation, economic empowerment and women, peace and security. They are based in the MENA region, sub-Saharan Africa, Europe and the South Caucasus.