HOW ACWW MAKES A DIFFERENCE

Completed Projects reporting in 2016 are shown by type here:

142,375

beneficiaries

reached by projects

completed in

2016

91,187

women

15,295

children

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Water & Sanitation

7 Projects in 6 Countries

16,553 Beneficiaries

Ensuring access to water and sanitation for all

Income Generation

4 Projects in 2 Countries

342 Beneficiaries

 

Health Education

5 Projects in 2 Countries

111,870 Beneficiaries

Ensuring healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages

Education & Capacity Building

4 Projects in 4 Countries

13,204 Beneficiaries

Ensuring inclusive & quality education, promote lifelong learning

Agricultural Training & Development / Nutrition & Home Economics

3 Projects in 3 Countries

406 Beneficiaries

End hunger, achieve food security & nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture

ACWW offers small grants to women-led organisations active in urban and rural communities. Projects must be for the benefit of women and children and current funding priorities include:

 

literacy and basic education

food security and nutrition

maternal health

access to water and sanitation

income-generating business and skills

 

In late 2015, Project 1000 was granted funds. Since the year 1977, ACWW has distributed over £2.2 million in grants to some of the poorest communities on earth.

 

We welcome applications from small to medium-sized women’s societies, NGO's and umbrella organisations based in less developed countries.

 

We also welcome enquiries from sponsors and donors who would like to find out about supporting our projects.

ACWW PROJECTS

HOW TO APPLY FOR PROJECT FUNDING

Please note that you will need to read the Funding Guidelines and Funding FAQ before completing the Pre-Application Questionnaire.  Your application will not be considered unless you submit this Questionnaire.

Projects 40th Anniversary

Information Pack

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ACWW Project funding plays a significant part in our commitment to reducing global hunger.  As part of our reporting procedures, data is gathered and fed back through the Zero Hunger Challenge and other mechanisms to the United Nations, Food & Agriculture Organisation

and other international bodies.

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