Our work would not be possible without our local and international partners and donors. “Thank you!” to you all and to the wider Media Matters for Women community. We are stronger together.

We are extremely grateful for the generous support of our partners and donors, old and new, who make our work possible. Our partners stretch across the globe, from grass-roots organizations in rural Sierra Leone to global champions of women’s rights, each relationship brings unique and invaluable to MMW.


SOFEPADI (Solidarité Féminine pour la Paix et le Développement Intégral) in Bunia and Kinshasa in the Democratic Republic of Congo
Dechert LLP in London


Africell in Sierra Leone: Provides fast and reliable mobile network coverage and related technology services to over 16 million subscribers.
Oak Foundation in Switzerland: Pursues rights-based approaches, gender equality, and partnership with the organisations we fund
AmplifyChange: A consortium of women’s rights in development organizations led by Global Fund for Women, and African Women’s Development Fund, and MannionDaniels

African Women’s Development Fund:  Fund, strengthen and uphold the organisations and movements led by African feminists, women, girls and gender-diverse people, in pursuit of gender justice and social transformation.

Millicom: The Digital Lifestyle: Create essential connections that equip people to thrive in the digital economy and that empower businesses to tap new opportunities

The Indigo Trust: The Indigo Trust is a UK-based grant-making foundation that is part of the Sainsbury Family Charitable Trusts (SFCT)

Madre: International women’s human rights organization and feminist fund. We partner with community-based women’s groups worldwide facing war and disaster.

Urgent Action Funds: Providing funds to support movement during critical threats and unanticipated moments of advocacy.

Internews: Train journalists and digital rights activists, tackle disinformation, and offer business expertise to help media outlets become financially sustainable.

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