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Since Foundation
886 Grants Given
103 Grant Program
5,393,131 ₾ 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.


Practices of Extractivism and its Impact on Women’s Rights in Georgia

Women’s Fund in Georgia (WFG), together with two sister funds - Women’s Fund in Mongolia - MONES and Women’s Fund in Nepal - TEWA is implementing a project that aims to create knowledge in three countries - Mongolia, Nepal, and Georgia around the mining and extraction practices, as well as its influence on women’s rights. The project will also look at how the topics are reflected in the feminist agenda and what can be done.

Deadline: 7/11/2022

Deadline: 7/11/2022


27 February, 2023

Call for solidarity with civil society and independent media in Georgia in their resistance against the draft law on ´Agents of Foreign Influence´

On February 20th, 2023, a draft law on ´Agents of Foreign Influence´ was submitted to the Georgian parliament. It raises serious concerns about the state of freedom, democracy, and social justice in the country, and compromises hard-won progress in the field of human rights.

29 September, 2022

New Beginning

The Fund's ex-director's letter on the new beginnings, big changes and sharing power as a feminist choice. 

5 August, 2022

Shifting the research focus of the Read between the Lines project amidst the complex emergencies of COVID-19 and the War in Ukraine

While we are trying to estimate the economic consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic and its repercussions and influence on women’s and human rights organizations, our societies fell into another catastrophe - Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, devastating for the Ukrainian people and economy, sending shockwaves throughout the region and the globe. These complex emergencies are reshaping the Black Sea region’s dynamics and have brought forward new challenges for human rights protection and promotion. The lack of economic sustainability, the deepening gender inequalities, the rise of militarism, and governments’ lack of capacity to reach and serve the most vulnerable, further established the new role of the CSOs in conflict resolution and handling the increased demand for help.

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