Transform women's lives today

Women like Aloma in the Philippines are leading the way in helping their communities to overcome the challenges of recurring natural disasters and poverty.  

Your generous support today can help empower women with the skills to overcome poverty and to create lasting change in their communities.

193 million

women currently live on less than $1.90 a day.


of the world's working poor are women

47 million

women are expected to be pushed further into poverty because of COVID-19


of countries have at least one law that discriminates against women

Women leading communities

Aloma has always been a natural leader and is passionate about helping others in her community. Equipped with her new skills, she has now become the treasurer of her local area. She is also on the Disaster Risk Reduction Council, helping manage evacuations during emergencies.   

Inspired by Aloma’s leadership, the whole community has come together to build a mangrove nursery to protect the area from storm surges and coastal erosion. These mangroves also provide a good breeding ground for fish, which has become a major source of income for the families in her village.  

Aloma’s community today faces a new emergency: COVID-19. The pandemic has affected the livelihoods of many communities throughout the Philippines, with more than 1.3 million cases recorded since the start of the pandemic.  

As one of the frontline workers in her community, Aloma helps remind others about the importance of adhering to health protocols to limit the spread of the virus.

Your donation can help support women with:

Entrepreneurship and business management training

Bookkeeping and financial literacy classes  

Disaster Risk Reduction training 

Domestic violence shelters and emergency accommodation  

Aloma inspired her community to build mangroves to protect the area from storm surges and coastal erosion. Photo: Richard Wainwright.

“I can lead other people in times of calamity, to guide them what to do first and what to prepare during natural disasters... I am also responsible for keeping everyone safe."

- Aloma

Tarsini inspired other women in her community to learn financial skills. Photo: Laz Harfa

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