Since Foundation
679 Grants Given
103 Grant Program
3,481,321 ₾ Financed

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Women's Fund in Georgia awards grants to women organizations, initiative groups or individuals, that work on the improvement of women's lives

Capacity Building

WFG continuously works with women's groups to provide them with proper knowledge and information about women's human rights, organizational development and related issues, and to improve their leadership skills

Feminist Philanthropy

Women's Fund in Georgia wants to empower women, young girls and other groups to help them transform their environment

In 2013, Women's Fund in Georgia established "Kato Mikeladze Award". Every year on November 29 - International Day of Women's Rights Defenders - the award is given to on women's right defenter activist in Georgia

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Joint Project of WFG and Independent Feminist Group, every wednesday, at 13:00 o'clock, during 6 months on Radio
In 2017 Women's Fund in Georgia conducted the First Feminist Festival in Georgia.


Mariam Kajaia has been awarded with Kato Mikeladze Award 2020

30 November, 2020

 Feminist activist Mariam Kajaia has been awarded with Kato Mikeladze Award 2020.

27 October, 2020

Knocking on EU’s Door: An Exploration of EU Funding for Gender Equality

In 2016, members of the Prospera International Network came together to create “Women’s Funds Europe” (WFE), a loosely- structured coalition of 12 women’s funds from 10 countries. Collectively, it launched “Knocking on EU’s Door,” an initiative centred on building capacity to engage with and influence European grantmakers.

In order to gain deeper knowledge about the European Commission funding process and how best to organise effective advocacy for more funding, WFE commissioned Weisblatt & Associés to write and produce the report, Knocking on EU’s Door: An Exploration of EU Funding for Gender Equality. This publication examines how much money is available at the EU-level for gender equality, who benefits from it, and how women’s funds can increase their share in the future.

25 June, 2020

Women’s Fund in Georgia is building Eco-friendly Feminist Residency

Social and environmental justice calls us to build a space that gives equal care to humans and nature. Our space is a green space; it is predominantly built with straw-bale and wood. It is a breathing building. It is sustainable and energy efficient. It is environmentally friendly and has a reduced ecological footprint. Having a green eco-space is a political act.

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