work linked to our core activities
Championing innovative funding strategies that channel resources to local human / gender rights activists, organisations and movements.
Advancing the playing field that empowers adolescent girls, young women and non-binary people through sport and play.
Building bridges to advance girls’, women’s, and non-binary people’s economic resilience through impactful partnerships and holistic approaches.
Knowledge is power. But only if it is shared. At Women Win, we learn and play every day and encourage others to join our learning playground. The Learning Playground is the place where all our learnings are open-sourced. We hope it starts debates, sparks ideas, and kick-starts action. We organise our learning in 3 steps: Explore, Dive-in, and Experience.
Gender-Responsive Supply Chains
Global supply chains need to be gender-responsive to ensure the rights of women and other marginalised groups are respected.
Strenghtening grassroot movements
Movement and network building is looking at strengthening the feminist, gender and human rights movements by building capacity in grass roots organisations.
In sports, girls, women and non-binary people face systemic gender barriers at all levels, both on and off the pitch
Seed Grant Programme Design
A seed grant programme refers to a small sum of money and/or resources that are granted with the intention to support the implementation of a project or activity and also often combines some sort of accompaniment.
Mental well being refers to a state in which an individual realizes their own abilities to cope with the daily stressors of life. It includes emotional, psychological and social well being.
Democratising Philanthropy is about focusing on reallocating and redistributing power over decision making and resources.
Innovative Funding Strategies
Innovative funding strategies is looking at new and unique ways of funding projects, activists and ideas.