Every day is International Women's Day.

Women's Centers International

Home of the Women's Centers Movement


WCI creates safe gathering places  in environments that exclude women from key resources. 

A Women's Center provides skills training and a support network to foster women's agency over their lives.  

A Women's Center promotes healing from trauma and personal growth, enabling each woman

to build the future she desires for herself, her family, and her community. 


Success Stories

from Baraka Women's Center 


Judy Awuor Success Story

"She asked me if I needed another job far from my husband and a place I can be protected, counseled, and mentored as a young mother. I was so thrilled and I agreed. The following day she came for me and we went to Baraka Women’s Center."

T. Wairimu Success Story

"BWC is surely a place for women who are desperate and have nowhere to go. One day with them changed my life completely."


 

 

 The Feature Film

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WCI's Podcast Season 3

 

 

 

Listen S3E3 – Susan O'Connell

Listen S3E4 – Sylvia Baffour

 

Seasons 1 and 2 Legacy Interviews.  Listen HERE

Also available on Apple Podcasts and Spotify

The Women's Centers Guide


 This Guide presents best practices for establishing and operating a Women’s Center in environments where women are marginalized by exclusion, conflict, and poverty.

 

The knowledge offered in this Guide derives from successes and failures during field application of the Women’s Centers Model in four locations since 2006.

 

The Model is rooted in the millennia-old tradition of women gathering for mutual support. A Women’s Center enhances this tradition with contemporary tools and management practices for resource delivery. The Model has proven particularly effective in conflict zones and areas of endemic poverty. It can be adapted across cultures and demographic contexts. 


Complementary Digital Edition available with training. Details coming soon.

 

If you are interested in the virtual training based on The Guide, please send a brief description of your organization and activities to:  

Susan@WomensCentersIntl.org