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Project Highlights

Planting Seeds of Resilience in Southern India

In 2013, WEA and Vanastree began a partnership to support the sustained organizing and capacity building of rural women leaders and small-scale forest home gardeners in the Malnad region of Karnataka, India to preserve traditional knowledge, promote indigenous seed saving practices, support climate adaptation and mitigation, and further the rights of women farmers.

WEA Voices

Meet the Interns: Hey, Janice!

BIRSA's Save the Forest Movement was founded in Jharkhand to enhance decision-making power of tribal women, who are crucial custodians of forests and biodiversity, through networking, strategic planning, awareness building and political advocacy.

Meet the Interns: Hey, Janice!

BIRSA's Save the Forest Movement was founded in Jharkhand to enhance decision-making power of tribal women, who are crucial custodians of forests and biodiversity, through networking, strategic planning, awareness building and political advocacy.

Meet the Interns: Hey, Janice!

BIRSA's Save the Forest Movement was founded in Jharkhand to enhance decision-making power of tribal women, who are crucial custodians of forests and biodiversity, through networking, strategic planning, awareness building and political advocacy.

The Local Is Global
Nigerian Women Risk Their Health to Feed their Families
Nigerian Women Risk Their Health to Feed their Families
Nigerian Women Risk Their Health to Feed their Families
Nigerian Women Risk Their Health to Feed their Families
Nigerian Women Risk Their Health to Feed their Families
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Why were the elephants so angry?

In Ulhara, a village in the city of Hazaribagh in Jharkhand, India, a group of women gathered for a cluster meeting and sat in thoughtful conversation on a rising issue: Why were the elephants of the forest so angry?

Why were the elephants so angry?

In Ulhara, a village in the city of Hazaribagh in Jharkhand, India, a group of women gathered for a cluster meeting and sat in thoughtful conversation on a rising issue: Why were the elephants of the forest so angry?

Why were the elephants so angry?

In Ulhara, a village in the city of Hazaribagh in Jharkhand, India, a group of women gathered for a cluster meeting and sat in thoughtful conversation on a rising issue: Why were the elephants of the forest so angry?

A vibrant grid of micro-networks has been built by women over years and across borders to guard and nourish our earth. Community by community, women step forward to defend forests from being stripped bare, prevent children from dying of waterborne illness, and uphold cultural fabric in the face of violence and exploitation.

WEA strategically lights this grid of connectivity. Our mission is to equip women, who are the nodes of this grid, with the skills and tools they need to protect our earth and strengthen communities from the inside out. We work with local leaders who build up other leaders. One becomes two, two becomes four, four becomes eight and millions.
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