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The culture of victim blaming must end

We demand zero tolerance for victim-blaming at all levels of society (structural, institutional, societal and individual). We demand that rapists are no longer sheltered in our homes, schools and workplaces – families need to hold their boys and men accountable for any and all violence they perpetrate. https://www.theguardian.com/global-development/2020/oct/19/to-tackle-sexual-violence-in-bangladesh-the-culture-of-victim-blaming-must-end?fbclid=IwAR3k3J_twANJVm4ygmIK62uhwXl7YU_rtD8x0CdKBPA1iSWzH4mlIIkJOxY

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You Matter

You Matter! Everyone experiences some kind of pain in their life at some point. I am just happy to be able to plant a seed of hope in one’s life, and what greater joy it is for me to see the growth of that seed. [Sasha Ali, Outreach & Support Manager, Forgotten Women] As much […]

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Advocacy

“Advocacy is an integral part of our overall mission.” The Forgotten Women Team Grant Liberty is the official advocacy wing of Forgotten Women, a global voice for women who have been silenced – worldwide women tirelessly fight for change to create an environment where basic human rights are recognised. Loujain al-Hathloul, who campaigned to win […]

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Star Trooper

We would like to thank our youngest and most passionate volunteer Sara Keteb, she has dedicated her precious time to spread awareness and raise funds for vulnerable women around the world. Much love and respect, keep up the good work for the sake of humanity.   forgottenwomen.org

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Some leaders are born women!

Some leaders are born women – Much love and respect Jacinda Ardern (Prime Minister of New Zealand) New Zealand’s Prime Minister May Be the Most Effective Leader on the Planet – Jacinda Ardern’s leadership style, focused on empathy, isn’t just resonating with her people; it’s putting the country on track for success against the coronavirus. https://bit.ly/2yyk4Ew

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A message from our Founder & CEO

Dear Supporter, It has been a tough few weeks so I would like to start this email by sending my best wishes to you and your loved ones. Never have we experienced a time like this and never has there been more need for people to come together, if anything what we have learnt in […]

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Transforming Lives: Pakistan

Ayesha Waheed, 35, Pakistan Her passion and chosen business is crochet, tailoring and embroidery. Ayesha’s husband is mentally ill and unable to work, she has 4 children. Ayesha has always wanted to own her own business in this field. She struggled to get a business started due to the fact that tools and opportunities never […]

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The Making of a Business Woman in Malawi

“Thank you Forgotten Women for giving me this wonderful opportunity to have my own business, please do help others in the community as many women need help and many women hope to have businesses of their own so they too can have a secure income for themselves and their family” Beitha is 26 years old […]

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100% Success Rate

“I would love for you to visit my area and see the conditions we live in but the area is too dangerous.” Fatima Ibrahim Ishaq, Somalia Fatima lives in an IDP camp, an area of Qahida where poverty is widespread. She has 4 children and no additional support of income. She earns little through cleaning […]

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