Women Thrive Worldwide believes that empowering women is the most effective long-term solution and key to ending global poverty. Raising the voices of women from around the world before U.S. and global policymakers and building women’s own capacity to be advocates is a core part of our mission. The foundation for these efforts is Women Thrive Worldwide's Global Partnership Network.
About the Global Partnership Network
The Global Partnership Network (GPN) is comprised of 115 local groups in 34 countries, each working to help women and girls to break free from poverty, violence, and inequality with advocacy and programs shaped by their individual communities.
Members of the GPN are diverse, including local community groups, civil society organizations, service-providers, farmer cooperatives, women’s associations, national and regional networks, social enterprises, think tanks, small businesses, advocacy-oriented organizations, research-focused groups, and more.
- COMUCAP (Honduras)
- Development Action Association (Ghana)
- FAWE (Africa - 32 countries)
- Limyè Lavi (Haiti)
- MPA (Haiti)
- Study Hall Educational Foundation (India)
- Uwezo (Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda)
Global Partner World Map
The Global Partnership Network is a program of Women Thrive Worldwide.
We are NOT a grant-making organization.
Women Thrive Worldwide's Global Partnership Network