The Women's Federation for World Peace works in 120 nations around the world with the motto, "Humankind is a family living in one global home, the Earth." Since 1994, WFWP volunteers have been commissioned to serve in countries throughout the world. WFWP is committed to the achievement of freedom from poverty, as well as implementing development cooperation activities based on local needs.
Since the year 2000, WFWP as a UN NGO, has sought to contribute through its activities to the attainment of the UN Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), which are universal goals of the international community in the 21st century. Henceforth, WFWP will tackle the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) which were adopted in September 2015.
WFWP UK works hard to support these international service projects supporting victims of natural disasters, war and famine as well as refugees and the homeless. We are committed to providing all women with the opportunity to create lasting peace in the world through these service projects, talks, luncheon programs, racial and religious reconciliation projects, national and international conferences and forums at the united nations. Your generous donations will be used to further our work.
Please follow the links below to donate to our various projects today.
Aid for Jordan
WFWP Jordan are working very hard to support youth, refugees and women's empowerment, so that they can be decision-makers in their families and societies in order to build good families financially and internally. WFWP Jordan are initiating projects in areas such as:
YOUTH: Offering Scholarship Aid, English and Mathematics courses at WFWP cente, supporting the Iraqi refugee soccer team and supporting the Iraqi refugee Youth financially and psychologically.
AID: Providing food boxes during Holy Ramada and supporting Iraqi refugee families.
MICRO FINANCE: finances 150 to 850 dollars per person without interest, to be paid back in ten-month installments. Advice on life-planning and administration is offered when the monthly repayment is collected. More than 1000 women have received financing and some of the businesses have included grocery shops, second-hand clothing shops, Tailor shops, stationary shop, beauty salons and the repayment rate is 99%.
WFWP JORDAN WOMEN'S TRAINING CENTER: Established in the needy areas of Amman in 2000, offering Sewing, Beautician, Health-maintaining exercise, Massage, English, Computer, Handicraft and Mathematics classes have started.
The Ministry of Social Development provides licenses to those who have completed courses a 10 month Sewing course and a 6 month Beautician course.
1% Love Share
The 1% Love Share Project is a unique campaign initiated by Women's Federation for World Peace International to eradicate poverty through the donation of $1 per month ($12 per year) to those less fortunate around the globe, especially women and children.
Why is this project unique? Simply put, because it targets the needs of the human family. And as members of the human family, it is up to us to look across boundaries and borders and to send our love to those suffering, hungry, and in need.
The project began in 2002 with the donation of 30,000 pairs of underwear to children in North Korea through the Korean Women Leader's Association. More recently, the project has supported those in Haiti, Japan, the Philippines, and children in the Gaza Strip and of North Korean defectors, with medical supplies, mattresses, clothes, and much more.
To get involved, simply sign up for a one-time or recurring payment to the 1% Love Share Program here, and share the project with friends and family. Just imagine what one small act of love can do.
Aid for Nepal
The Ekta Academy (previously known as the Sun Hwa International Academy) in Nepal was founded and built by the Women's Federation for World Peace.
The school accepts 150 children from nursery to 5th grade of elementary school and teaches English, Maths, Science, Social Studies, Nepalese language, IT and music. The school aims to offer high quality education, high moral standard and cheap school fees. The local community have been very impressed and inspired by the international spirit and emphasis on moral and family values. The Academy also includes a Creative Training Centre for Women, teaching clothes making and other crafts.
The students come from the local community or nearby villages all coming from relatively poor families and receive 50% support toward tuition fees.
WFWP supports the aims of Sunrise Africa Relief, which seeks a world of ethical action, social justice, self-reliance and opportunity. They hope to realize this vision by acting as a catalyst for global social change. Sunrise Africa Relief creates opportunities for human development, community welfare and social progress through educational service projects, while endorsing the essential principles of compassion and cooperation as the cornerstones of world peace. See more here...