Women’s Empowerment Gifts

Empower women at a grassroots level to affect change in their communities.

Women’s Empowerment Gifts

Empower women at a grassroots level to affect change in their communities.


Educated and healthy women are change makers, advocates for child wellbeing and central to strong families and well-functioning communities. These gifts come with the power to provide women and girls with the skills and opportunities to reach their goals and lead positive change.



newborn using essential gifts

Newborn essentials
$40

Help give a newborn the best start in life with essentials including a bassinet, nappies, a blanket and soap. Offering warmth in the first crucial days of life, help a new mum care for her infant, keeping them clean, healthy and secure.

  • Bassinets provide an infant with a safe, secure resting and sleeping space.
  • Blankets help newborns retain warmth with comfort, particularly in freezing temperatures.
  • Nappies help to protect infants from disease ensuring optimal hygiene.

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Woman sawing using WVA training

Help a woman start a business
$50

Equip a woman with skills, knowledge and access to low-cost loans so she can start a small business, provide for her children and create new jobs within her community. An investment in female entrepreneurship can lead to:

  • breaking the cycle of poverty, as women give their children better opportunities like access to education and healthcare;
  • economic growth in the immediate community and creation of jobs; and
  • a sense of financial independence where women are more likely to save and improve their family’s health and wellbeing.

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teenager using gift bike

A bicycle for a girl
$100

A bicycle provides young girls and women with a sense of freedom and safety so they can attend school, continue learning, work safely and avoid walking long distances alone. A gift of two wheels has the power to:

  • create a sense of independence, safety and liberty for young girls;
  • lift the barrier to secondary education helping to release children from poverty; and
  • offer a safe mode of transportation when going to school or collecting water.

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Aboriginal teacher

Job training for Indigenous women
$100

Through training and mentoring, Indigenous Australian women can gain the skills and knowledge necessary to become early childhood development workers and provide a vital service in their communities while nurturing future generations.

  • Indigenous women can help children grow in awareness regarding their language and culture while reaching essential child development milestones.
  • Trained early childhood workers provide a vital service to the children in their communities.
  • Job training empowers Indigenous Australian women through education.

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Young woman at school using gifts programs

Send a girl to school
$140

Empower young girls through education, creating endless possibilities – a good job, higher income, healthier children and improved wellbeing for her family and community. The education of young girls will:

  • help enable young women to gain the skills, information and self-confidence needed to be a better parent, employee and community member;
  • help create an investment in economic growth and a healthier workforce while creating jobs; and
  • allow young women to make genuine life choices over the type of life they wish to lead.

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Women gain strength working together

South Sudan womens vegetable garden using gifts donations


In South Sudan, Athiang and fellow members of the savings group in her village used to collect water from a river an hour’s walk away from home. Through a World Vision project focused on improving local service delivery, a borehole was drilled in the village. Clean water is now within a 2-3-minute reach. 

With water close at hand, the savings group members were able to set up a community vegetable garden and they have time to carefully tend it now they don’t have to trek to the river every day. The women grow rocket, okra and tomatoes which they sell at the market. The profits are shared equally among group members which they use to buy household items or pay for their children’s education. 

By saving money and working together, these women have gained the strength to withstand setbacks and to keep moving forward for their families’ wellbeing. 

When you choose women’s empowerment gifts, you are helping to keep gender on the agenda and provide women and girls with the resources and support to reimagine their futures.

 

The impact of your donation

70%

of recipients of microloans World Vision provides through Vision Fund International are women.

10-20%

An extra year of primary education boosts girls’ future earning potential by 10-20 percent.

26

Australia First Nations women supported by World Vision were employed in early childhood development in 2018 and 23 were in training.


Gift card the goat


For every gift purchased, you’ll receive a beautiful card to give to your friends and family that describes how their gift is helping children and communities in need.