"What is at stake is nothing less than the survival and wellbeing of a generation of innocents"

- António Guterres, Secretary General of the United Nations

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More than 1.5 billion people in the world are facing situations of violence, conflict and fragility - many of them in neglected crises, where chronic under-funding persists. 

The gap between needs and the funding and solutions available for people effected by these crises is widening and must be stemmed.

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We are a community of women from around the world.

We leverage our professional expertise and global connections to help tackle some of the biggest challenges faced by people in the world's most neglected crises.

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Focusing on people who are falling through the cracks and getting left behind,

we seek to have impact in the key areas of:

  • Education
  • Health
  • Food & water security
  • Financial inclusion

 

As a women’s group,

we view each challenge through a women’s lens,

ensuring women and girls, often the most disadvantaged, are given equal access to funding and solutions.

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We prioritize

scalable solutions designed for global public good.

Developing new funding solutions and ways of collaborating; finding creative, efficient and effective ways to act quickly to prevent crises, lesson their impacts and save lives.

 
 


We know that

engaging the private sector is key

to accelerating funding and maximizing impact. We help bridge the gap between humanitarian-development organizations and the private sector by raising awareness, drawing in funds, skills, connections and new ways of thinking, and; creating pathways for private sector engagement and investment.

 
 
 
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Bridging the gap between humanitarian-development organizations and the private sector.

 
 
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Our

independent and ‘lean’ structure

coupled with our expertise and pragmatic approach, allows us to cut through the bureaucratic limitations characteristic of large institutions and systems.

 
 

It's time for concrete action.
To shift the needle on critical humanitarian work.
To make a real difference in the lives of people living at the margins.

 
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