The Kvinna till Kvinna Foundation receives financial support from government authorities, institutions, funds, organisations, companies and individual donors. We also do contract teaching on women, peace and security.
Kvinna till Kvinna’s largest contributor is the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida). In 2015 Sida provided 65 percent of our funding. We continuously work to reduce our dependency on any single source of funding.
Other donors supporting Kvinna till Kvinna include the Norwegian Foreign Office, FLOW, Forum Syd, the Folke Bernadotte Academy, the Swedish Radio Appeal, the Swedish Institute and the European Commission. Kvinna till Kvinna is also a beneficiary of the Swedish Postcode Lottery. For more information and figures see our Annual Report.
Pro bono work
Vinnovera AB, Hemma, Garbergs Reklambyrå AB and Governo are companies that support Kvinna till Kvinna by doing pro bono work. The designer Caroline Nordlund donates the full proceeds from the sale of her Snippa jewellery to Kvinna till Kvinna. Is your company interested in supporting us? Please, contact our Head of Communication Christina Hagner, christina.hagner(at)kvinnatillkvinna.se.
A major part of our funding comes from individual donors. There are several ways in which you can support Kvinna till Kvinna, e.g. by becoming a Kvinna till Kvinna-friend or by making a one-off donation.
Kvinna till Kvinna also does contract teaching within its area of expertise: women, peace and security. One example is the Advanced International Training Programme (ITP) on the UN Security Council Resolution 1325 (UNSCR 1325) that is offered through the Swedish Development Cooperation Agency (Sida). The programme is designed for persons living in post-conflict or transitional countries who “are qualified to participate in reform processes of strategic importance on different levels and hold a position in home organisation with mandate to run processes of change”.
Kvinna till Kvinna carries out the training in cooperation with Indevelop.
Updated in: 2016-05-24