Through digital trainings, in-person events, advocacy and business partnerships, Womenwill aims to provide women with a range of benefits that comes with being online, including personal skills development, business growth, a better workplace culture, and a brighter future for female professionals.
In Indonesia, women own 37% of small and medium businesses, but are estimated to contribute only 9% of GDP. Through workshops and training, both online and in person, women entrepreneurs across Indonesia are learning how to use technology to promote and grow their businesses.Learn more
In Japan, two in three women stop working after childbirth. HappyBackToWork uses the power of crowdsourced ideas to transform the workplace and help women return to the workforce.Learn more
In rural India, only three in 10 internet users is a woman. A partnership with Tata Trusts, Internet Saathi gives women access to the digital world, and knowledge they can use and share. The program trains “Saathis” — specialists — who in turn can train their community and neighboring villages.Learn more
Women face entrenched barriers in the modern workplace, especially in leadership roles. Designed by women, Lead is a training program that aims to address gender disparities at work. Live in 12 countries, the program to date counts 1,500 women among its graduates.Learn more
Work Culture Reform
Inflexible working practices can make it difficult for women with care commitments to strike the right work-life balance. Work Culture Reform delivers online courses focused on how to work smarter, not harder, and advises HR professionals on creating a more flexible workplace.Learn more