• WARrior Spotlight: Karin Nelson

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    Published July 8, 2014 In 2010, Karin Nelson quit her desk job to pursue her passion. Requests for her artwork had been increasing, and she was ready to take the plunge and paint full time. It was not long before her new ca ...

    WARrior Spotlight: Karin Nelson
  • On Freedom: A Letter From WAR, Intl’s President

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    Published July 1, 2014 Dear WAR Family, Growing up in lands steeped in Taliban traditions, I watched, learned, and played with friends that had no freedoms. I remember my playmate’s acid attack to silence her cries, an at ...

    On Freedom: A Letter From WAR, Intl’s President
  • A Case for Cosmetology Scholarships

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    Published June 19, 2014 A Beautician’s Perspective From a young age, I have had a fascination with hair, makeup, and making people happy; little did I know that these interests go hand in hand.  I began considering cosmet ...

    A Case for Cosmetology Scholarships
  • Making Goals: Ending Slavery in Brazil

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    Published June 13, 2014 Christ the Redeemer looks out over Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. The statue stands high atop Corcovado Mountain, arms outstretched towards the city streets and rocky coastline, a symbol of love and protecti ...

    Making Goals: Ending Slavery in Brazil
  • Girls Left Behind – Part Two

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    Published January 24, 2014 Gilgil, Kenya- Demaris used to spend her days crouched outside of her home, a small shack in the red light district of Gilgil. At age four she weighed 10 pounds, the same as the day she was born. Both ...

    Girls Left Behind – Part Two
  • The Lost Children of Yolanda

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    Published December 19, 2013 Philippines, December 2013 –  The destructive power of Typhoon Haiyan,  nicknamed “Yolanda” by those in the Philippines, not only took the lives of over 10,000 but, left behind a sea of homele ...

    The Lost Children of Yolanda

 

Women At Risk, International (WAR, Int’l) is a U.S.-based, non-profit organization. We currently work in over 31 countries creating havens of safety and healing for at-risk women and children. Our purpose and passion is to give voice to the silenced cries of the oppressed, wrap arms of love around them, and whisper messages of purpose and dignity into their brokenness.

Through culturally sensitive, value-added intervention projects and programs, WAR, Int’l offers these women and children an opportunity to live life with dignity. Although specifically known for our fight against human trafficking and rehabilitating work with trafficking victims, WAR, Int’l addresses 14 different risk issues facing women and children today.

What We’re Doing

We have a series of programs that focus on three areas of helping women: Preventative, Curative, and Supportive.
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We Need You!

We have two main ways you can get involved: Giving Of Your Time and Talent or giving a gift to a woman.
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What They Say

See what people are saying about our programs and opportunities.
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ECFA is an accreditation agency that provides organizations like Women At Risk, International (WAR, Int’l) with the financial accountability needed to gain supporters’ trust! As an ECFA member, WAR, Int’l aligns its practices with high steward standards, ensuring excellence and honesty in all its financial dealings. To view a complete list of stewardship standards, please visit the ECFA website at www.ecfa.org. The ECFA seal displayed on this page indicates that WAR, Int’l meets ECFA standards of financial responsibility and conducts its finances in an honorable way.