See the photo story behind the filming of our BBC Lifeline Appeal, with Womankind staff, the BBC and the women and partners we work with
Womankind and our partner organisations will travel to New York to launch a new campaign, “Don’t roll back on women’s rights”.
Five Achievements in 2013
21 year-old Mayanie is being supported by the Women’s Partnership for Justice and Peace (WPJP) in Sierra Leone after suffering abuse at the hands of her husband.
Varaidzo Chinodya, aged 53, was helped by the Zimbabwe Women Lawyers Association (ZWLA) when her husband demanded a divorce and threatened to leave her homeless.
Domestic violence affects women in every part of the world. But a new international survey suggests that attitudes to domestic violence are changing for the better.
Why support women's rights organisations? History has shown that women’s rights movements and organisations are a vital catalyst for gender equality.
In a guest post Patricia Isabella Essel from our partner WiLDAF Ghana explains the impact of violence against women on Ghana’s social and economic growth.
Eleven years ago, during Sierra Leone’s civil war, Adama’s family were killed in front of her. She was captured and repeatedly raped. Now our partner Graceland is helping her to rebuild her life.
"I now know how to defend my rights for myself. I want my sons to learn that they should not make other people suffer by being violent."
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