1. Federation of National Associations of Women in Business in Eastern and Southern Africa (FEMCOM)

The institution was established in July 1993 and it develops women entrepreneurship in Eastern and Southern Africa or otherwise called the COMESA region. It strengthens long-term sustainability, develops resource mobilisation, up-scales the capacity for women in business, increases trade and investment facilitation, and enhances access to credit and capital for women in Business and foster influential policies to strengthen women entrepreneurship.

  1. Make Every Woman Count

The organisation empowers African girls and women by promoting their rights, providing them with income-generating opportunities and advocating social inclusion. The organisation serves as mobilizing agency, networking agent, information provider, advocating agency and training platform. It strengthens the voice of women so that they can raise their voice in promoting African women’s rights.

  1. The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development

OECD in the Middle East and North Africa region works for the economic and political transformations and develops potential for better growth. It provides access to markets and assists the young and educated population in manufacturing, renewable energies and tourism sectors. It implements reforms in this region for developing economies, employment opportunities and private sector development. OECD covers the regions Algeria, Bahrain, Djibouti, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Oman, Palestinian Authority, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates and Yemen.

  1. CARE

The organisation fight against poverty saves lives and fight towards social justice. It is a global leader in movements that fight against poverty. Its only mission is to dedicate its work in providing dignity to people. It brings women and girls in the centre and provides them with equal opportunities and right so that they can live with dignity in the society. The value system of the organisation include transformation, diversity, excellence, equality and it dedicates itself in its core values.

  1. Funds for NGOs

It is a social enterprise that provides resources for NGOs. It provides online resources and increase awareness and access to donors, resources and skills. It uses technology in spreading knowledge and the experience fundraising experts increase the capacity of the NGOs. NGOs require funding and training. It helps the NGOs to face challenges.

  1. Refworld

The organisation helps single, divorced women who are alone with housing, employment and social services. It also provides with government support services and financial assistance so that they can set up their own business. It believes in the development of women as they head households in both urban and rural environment. It empowers women by providing them with earning opportunities and advocating gender equality in society.

  1. The World Bank

It conducts extensive training and organises workshops for female entrepreneurs who are based in the countries like Burundi, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda. It provides technical and capacity-building services for development of female entrepreneurship in these areas. It works in the areas of development and provides financial and technical assistance to women so that they can be financially independent and act as change makers in the developing society.