Our ecofeminist network members

At the core of our network are ecofeminist civil society organisations, working jointly for gender- and environmental-justice. We support our ecofeminist network members with tools and funding, including through our different small-grant programmes, such as our Ecofeminist Movement Building Fund. We also facilitate the participation of our network members in policy making processes, such as the United Nations 2030 Agenda and the Paris Agreement, to present their priorities and Gender Just Climate Solutions. Our ca. 100 ecofeminist network members are based in over 50 countries worldwide, and through our regional focal points in Asia & the Pacific (APWLD), Africa (FEMNET, WEP) and Latin America and the Caribbean (FEIM) we amplify (eco)feminist movements globally.

Our strategic network partners

Broad support is needed to advance gender- and environmental justice and to that end we also partner with a larger network of civil society organisations. Together with our strategic network partners we strengthen grassroots organisations, – for example through the Green Livelihoods Alliance -,  and advocate for better laws and international agreements through joint policy campaigns. We work with our feminist partners of the Women and Gender Constituency on Climate Justice and with the Women’s Major Group on advancing the Sustainable Development Goals with Gender Equality and Human Rights at its core. We cooperate closely with more than 150 strategic network partners in over 70 countries.


WECF ECOFEMINIST NETWORK MEMBERS

Algeria 

AFEV-Association des Femmes en Economie Verte 

Burkina Faso 

Women Environmental Programme, Burkina Faso

Cameroon 

Better World Cameroon 
Cameroon Gender and Environment Watch (CAMGEW) 
WFAC – Women For A Change

Chad 

AFPAT (Association des Femmes Peules Autochtones du Tjad)
Association LEAD Chad

Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) 

CFLEDD – Coalition des Femmes Leaders pour l’Environnement et le Développement Durable

Ethiopia

EWIEN

Ghana

ACCESS CSO – Free The Marginalized Women Advocates (FREMWA)

Guinea-Bissau 

UNIVERS-SEL

Kenya 

FEMNET
Indigenous Information Network
African Indigenous Women Organisation

Morocco 

ADFM, Morocco Association Democratique Femme de Maroc
AERDD, Association des Energies Renouvelables et du Développement Durable

Nigeria 

Centre for 21st Century Issues
Niger Delta Women’s Movement for Peace and Development
Women Environmental Programme, WEP International

Senegal 

Enda Graf Sahel
Enda Energie

South Africa 

Gender-CC 

Togo  

Women Environmental Programme, Togo

Tunisia 

AEEFG (Association de l’Education Environnementale pour les Futures Générations)
Women Environmental Programme Tunisia

Uganda 

Action for Rural Women’s Empowerment (ARUWE) 
AT Uganda Ltd
Support Women in Agriculture and Environment (SWAGEN)

Zambia 

Green Living Movement

 

WECF STRATEGIC NETWORK PARTNERS

 Liberia

Sustainable Development Institute (SDI)

Ethiopia

Agri Pro Focus
OCFCU (Oromia Coffee Farmers Cooperative Union)
PHE Population Health Environment consortium

Egypt

Yousri (Dessert Development Institute)

Ghana

WILDAF

Kenya

International Cooperative Alliance (ICA Africa)

Morocco

FMVIRSA
GEDI
REMESS
Houloul Chamsia
Noure Sun
L’Union des Coopératives des Femmes pour la production et la commercialisation de l’huile de l’Argane et des produits agricole  
Sunpower.Coop

South Africa

Soil for life

Togo

YOKOUMI
FEPROMAT

Uganda

Akina Mama Africa
Caritas Luweero

WECF ECOFEMINIST NETWORK MEMBERS

Albania 

Women in Development Shkoder
Milieukontakt Albania

Armenia 

Armenian Forests Environmental NGO 
Armenian Women for Health and a Healthy Environment – AWHHE
Armenian Young Women´s Association – AYWA
Socioscope

Austria  

GWNET

Bulgaria 

Earth Forever Foundation 

France 

WECF France

Germany 

Katachel e.V. Union for Humanitarian Aid 
Young Feminists Europe 
WECF e.V.

Georgia 

WECF Georgia
Elderly Women’s Council 
Equality Movement Georgia
Georgian Young Greens
Greens Regions Georgia 
Kacheti Regional Development Foundation 
Media Monitoring Foundation (MDF)
Racha Community Organization
Rural Communities Development Agency
SEMA
Social Development Centre of Akhaltsikhe (SDCA)
Tbilisi Pride
Women and Reality
Women’s Fund In Georgia
Young Pedagogues’ Union 

Moldova 

Gender Centru
Ormax Cultural Youth Association
WISDOM Women in Sustainable Development in Moldova

Netherlands 

Global Forest Coalition

North Macedonia 

Journalists for Human Rights 
Hidden Hero in each Kid

Poland 

SEI Social Ecological Institute 

Romania 

Aquademica Foundation 

Russia 

Eco-Accord – Center for Environment and Sustainable Development

Serbia 

EASD – Environmental Ambassadors 

Switzerland 

WECF Switzerland

UK

Women’s Environmental Network – WEN UK 

Ukraine 

Ecoclub Rivne
Black Sea Women’s Club 

 

WECF STRATEGIC NETWORK PARTNERS

Armenia

Armenian Women Resource Centre
Bridge of Hope
Khazer
Lore Ecoclub

Austria

WIDE+
Zentrum für Soziale Innovation (ZSI) ZSI GMBH

Bosnia & Herzegovina

Ekotim
Medica Zenica

Belgium

Climate Action Network Europe
Coop Europe
Concord
European Environmental Bureau (EEB)
Gezinsbond Belgie -Defending families and children at each policy level
Global Call to Action Against Poverty
HEAL (Health and Environment Alliance)
Health Care Without Harm Europe (HCWH)
International Trade Unions IREC
Oxfam Belgium
PAN Europe
Science for Change

Bulgaria

Za Zemiata

Croatia

DOOR

Czech Republic

Arnica

Denmark

Inforse

Estonia

Baltic Environmental Forum

France

Empowher
Haute Savoie Habitat
IDS Initiatives de Développement Stratégique
PSI – Public Services Union International
Sortir du Nucléaire – French antinuclear coalition
RAC Réseau Action Climat (CAN France)

Georgia

Caucasus Environmental Foundation
CENN Caucasus
Energy Efficiency Center Georgia (EECG)
Federation of Georgian Trade Unions
Gamarjoba
Georgian Alliance of Regional Broadcasters
Green Alternative
Greens Movement Georgia
WeResearch
World Experience GeorgiaWEG

Germany

BUND 
Forum Umwelt und Entwicklung-FUE
Deutscher Frauenrat
Gendercc
HEJ Support
Klimaallianz – CAN member Germany 
Knowledge and Innovation (K&I) 
LIFE e.V.
MSP Institute
Organic Farmers IFOAM
PAN Germany
SuSanA – Sustainable Sanitation Alliance
Unabhängiges Institut für Umweltfragen (UfU)
Universität Ingolstadt
UN Women Deutschland
Urbis Foundation
VENRO
VHUE e.V. Verein zur Hilfe umweltbedingt Erkrankter
WeChange
WWEA

Greece

ELECTRA Energy – Social Cooperative
Q-Plan

Italy

Sogesca
Knowledge and Innovation (K&I)

Latvia

Latvian  Platfrom for Development Cooperation

Lithuania

BEF Lithuania

Moldova

Eco-Tiras
Terra 1530
Asociatia Obsteasca CUTEZATORUL

Netherlands

ActionAid Netherlands 
BothENDS 
COC
Choice for Youth and Sexuality
IUCN NL
Milieudefensie
Mama Cash
OneWorld
Oxfam Novib
PAN NL
PARTOS
Simavi
Tegengif
Transnational Institute
Tropenbos International (TBI)
VVM
WISE – World Information Service on Energy
Wo=Men
ZijSpreekt

Portugal

Quercus
ZERO

Russia

Eurasian Women’s Forum
Open School of Sustainable Development 

Serbia

ALHEM
Red Cross Serbia 

Slovenia

Focus

Spain

Ecologistas en Accion
Oxfam Spain
Stone Soup Spain
UAB

Sweden

Swedish Society for Nature Conservation
Swedish Environmental Research Institute
Kvinna v Kvinna

Switzerland

Center for International Environmental Law (CIEL) 
MyClimate

Turkey

Bugday 
Troya Association

UK
Oxfam GB
PANUK
Wildcard Research and Communications

Ukraine

Ecosphere
Ekoltava
Nature Conservation Association
CLEEN

WECF ECOFEMINIST NETWORK MEMBERS

Argentina

FEIM
Fundación Plurales 

Bolivia 

Coordinadora de la Mujer 
Reacción Climática 

 Brazil 

TOXISPHERA, Environmental Health assocation

 Colombia 

ENDA Colombia

Guatemala 

FUNDAECO
Todos Juntos 

 USA 

Women Enivonrment Development Organisation WEDO 
INOCHI Women for Safe Energy

 

WECF STRATEGIC NETWORK PARTNERS

Brazil

GESTOS

Colombia

GAIA Amazonas


NETWORKS

WOMEN2030 – Women and the SDGs

A coalition led by us and 4 of our global partners. Building on local experiences, we are putting gender at the heart of Agenda 2030.

Women’s Major Group

We are the organising partner for the UNECE region of this global feminist network, with official UN observer status, following Agenda 2030.

Women & Gender Constituency

A UNFCCC stakeholder group. Together we are working to ensure women’s experiences and rights are embedded in all climate change processes.