Donate Matching Funds

KAIROS’ Women, Peace and Security partners include grassroots women’s organizations in Colombia, Palestine/Israel, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and South Sudan who are building sustainable, just and inclusive peace with ecological justice.

Over the last six years, the KAIROS Women of Courage: Women, Peace and Security program has grown into an innovative, partner-led and transformative initiative enabling partners to successfully respond to gender-based violence, address the impact of militarized conflict and environmental degradation on women, and strengthen the capacity of women to protect human rights and the environment.

Global Affairs Canada is providing matching funds to this program, making it possible for these KAIROS partner organizations to greatly expand their capacity and increase their impact.

Until March 31, 2024, every dollar you donate to these four Women of Courage: Women, Peace and Security partners or to the overall program will be matched by $3 in funding from Global Affairs Canada.

Download the KAIROS Women of Courage: Women, Peace and Security- Year Five at a glance report in English, French, and Spanish.

Meet the partners…

Organización Feminina Popular (OFP)

“Through Canada’s support, we will ramp up psychosocial and legal support to women survivors of violence, and carry out educational programs on human rights that will allow women to become active citizens and agents of change.”
Yolanda Becerra, Organización Femenina Popular



Wi’am: Palestinian Conflict Transformation Centre

“Women have an essential role in peacemaking. They can and will make change if they are given the opportunity, and it is important to understand that no sustainable and positive change will ever happen without the inclusion of women."
Lucy Talgieh, Wi’am: Palestinian Conflict Transformation Centre



South Sudan Council of Churches (SSCC)

“I do advocacy on issues to do with gender-based violence and inclusion of women and youth in peace and governance, and also advocacy on climate change which has become a big issue as thousands of South Sudanese are affected by floods with no access to food and safe drinking water. This has been challenging as these areas are inaccessible and they lie within the scope of our work on conflict resolution. This is because there is no sufficient early warning system and also because mobility has become a challenge.”
Juan Rachael Roberto, Advocacy Coordinator, South Sudan Council of Churches (SSCC), South Sudan.



Héritiers de la Justice (HJ)

"The Legal Clinical Project enables the women we accompany to increase their socio-economic empowerment, to claim and enjoy their civil and political rights more effectively (and become true actors for peace in their households, communities and in the country."
Chantal Bilulu, Coordinator, Héritiers de la Justice Women and Children's Program


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Fahira Golich
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