Women Faith and Development Alliance (WFDA)


About WFDA

wfda-logoThe Women, Faith, and Development Alliance (WFDA) is an alliance focused on joining women and men in international faith, development and women’s organizations to mobilize around the bold moral imperative of ending global poverty and empowering women and girls. WFDA is a network of over 200 leaders and organizations from the women’s, faith, and development communities who have committed $1.4 billion dollars for programs and advocacy to advance women and girls worldwide. This program seeks to replicate the WFDA model on a developing country level as a non-traditional, innovative process for organizing uncommon partners as a united and powerful force for securing gains in women’s and girls’ empowerment.


WFDA to place women and girls at the center of foreign assistance at Hill briefing on September 30

September 28, 2009 – Leaders from several faith, international development and women’s organizations will join forces on Wednesday on Capitol Hill to call on the new Administration and Congress to put women and girls in developing countries at the center of current efforts to reform U.S. foreign assistance.

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WFDA 2010 Commitments Report 


WFDA Co-Convening Organizations