As a leading, global advocate for girls’ and women’s health, rights, and wellbeing, Women Deliver brings together diverse voices and interests to drive progress, particularly in maternal, sexual, and reproductive health and rights. We believe that when the world invests in girls and women, everybody wins.
Women Deliver is a catalyst that leverages its extensive reach and partnerships to spark political commitment and investment in girls and women everywhere.
Whether advising multinational initiatives or providing seed grants to budding community leaders, Women Deliver consistently keeps the health, rights, and wellbeing of girls and women at the forefront — where it belongs. We bring the best ideas forward, highlight what works, and call out the gaps.
From storytelling to the hard facts, from Instagram to press releases, Women Deliver’s communications strategies are aimed at reaching advocates and changemakers from all walks of life. We provide actionable information and compelling messaging to increase coverage around the health, rights, and wellbeing of girls and women.
Women Deliver creates the physical and virtual spaces for diverse voices and stakeholders to share solutions, build coalitions, and drive progress. Women Deliver is well-known for its global conferences that bring together people from across a multitude of sectors, issues, and cultures.
WDLive: The Women Deliver Virtual Conference
While nearly 6,000 people convene in person in Copenhagen, thousands more are participating through digital channels. Gain access to live and on-demand content produced exclusively for the Women Deliver virtual audience.WATCH NOW
Women Deliver engages influencers and advocates from global development, research, media, government, and the private sector to promote the investment case for advancing progress for girls and women.
YOUNG LEADERS PROGRAM
Since 2010, Women Deliver has engaged nearly 400 outstanding young people to be global leaders for advancing gender equality and the sexual and reproductive health and rights of girls and women. In 2016, Women Deliver’s Young Leaders Program was named as one of the top five global health programs fostering youth leadership.