MADRE prioritizes and centers the grassroots partners in our far-reaching global networks. We focus on building long-term relationships with the local leaders who are experts in their own communities’ needs.
Explore a selection of our partners below.
SOFEPADI organizes Congolese women and girls for equal access to social rights by working directly with their communities in decentralized field programs that include gender-based violence response and prevention, sexual and reproductive health, climate justice, and more.
Food for Humanity is a local grassroots humanitarian organization founded by a group of women activists in response to the deterioration in living conditions from ongoing war and fosters access to basic needs for Yemeni families.
The Haitian Women's Collective uses women’s shared expertise and power to advance health, education, civic engagement, leadership, and opportunities for communities in Haiti.
The Indigenous Information Network is a women-led organization in Kenya that supports grassroots women’s frontline responses to the climate crisis in rural pastoralist communities and works to strengthen their demands for human rights.