ACWW publishes a new Strategic Plan


The Associated Country Women of the World was founded in 1929 to bring together rural women and their organisations all over the world, and in so doing address the challenges they face as a result of the isolation of their communities, discrimination against women, and their lack of access to political processes.

ACWW’s membership spans 82 countries, and the key concept is still the empowerment of rural women in all their diversity.

Rural Women are the backbone of families, communities, and nations, but they suffer the worst impacts of climate change and conflict, go unheard in legislation, and remain unprotected and unsupported. Associated Country Women of the World exists to change that.

ACWW have recently published a new strategic plan which you can read here

Posted on 14-Jul-2022 (Updated: 14-Jul-2022).