Jumuiya Women Fund

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JWF was initiated by 6 visionary women in 2019 who responded to the major challenges women’s movements, organizations, and groups face in accessing funding and making their voice and work visible, especially women in local communities.

As women who were centrally located within the women’s movement, they knew this from their work with women’s rights organizations across the country, who are struggling to make ends meet for their important work, including strengthening movement-building strategies.

From 2019 to date, JWF as a feminist Fund has been playing a vital role by addressing existing funding hindrances that WROs, CBOs, and selected women, girls, and children’s rights movements face in the country by contributing towards directly tackling these hindrances.


Together We Provide Years Of Skills.

Founded in 2019 by six visionary women, JWF rose to address the challenges in funding and visibility faced by women’s movements, especially at the grassroots level.

Supported over 43 grantees, majorly from grassroots.
Expanded our scope from 6 to 12 counties.
Grown our funding base to USD 750,000 in 2023/2024.
Implemented strategic initiatives for feminist movement strengthening.


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