Sahi Ho (Thumbs Up!) is a one-year advocacy campaign designed to amplify awareness and galvanize political will and resources for women's leadership and economic empowerment in Nepal. This exciting initiative is a collaboration between UN Women, Equal Access International and other organizations that are using townhall forums, radio and television PSA's and youth outreach to champion women. Find out more here.
Equal Access International announced that following a successful 19-year tenure as Founder, President, and CEO, Ronni Goldfarb is transitioning from her current position. Byron Radcliffe has been appointed as the new President and CEO effective February 1, 2018, by the Board of Directors. Goldfarb will continue to serve on the Board of Directors and as a Senior Advisor on select initiatives. Radcliffe will be based out of Equal Access International's Washington D.C. office. Read more here.
"As many of you know, I founded Equal Access International in 2000. Together with an extraordinary team, I have dedicated 19 years to leading Equal Access from its founding, through the development of our unique approach, to building the dynamic organization we are today. I am as passionate about Equal Access’ mission today as I was during its founding and proud of the positive impact we have achieved working with diverse communities worldwide." - Ronni Goldfarb. View more here.
Equal Access places people at the center of every project. Our programs are designed to foster breakthrough solutions and normative change that enable communities and societies to transform disempowerment and marginalization into empowerment and possibility. Click here for the report.
“I am involved in the promotion of peace because I think that peace is something that impacts everyone…The role of women in society is so important that when women unite, anything can happen…When we are united, we are an unbeatable force.” Walida (23) featured in our Voices for Peace Women Leadership Portrait Series. Research shows that involving local women in peacebuilding in conflict zones increases the probability that violence will end by 24%. Support women peacemakers by clicking here.
The Equal Access Methodology drives systemic social change by combining interactive media programming with direct community mobilization activities. This approach creates a generative feedback loop – an essential and fully integrated component of all of our programs.
Equal Access’ programs elevate previously unheard voices and develop more informed and engaged citizens with the capacity to addressread more
Our informative media and outreach programs provide access to industry experts, best practices, and market information through radio shows,read more
By designing effective behavior change programs and providing links to services, we support individuals and communitiesread more
The Equal Access radio drama One Village, A Thousand Voices (Yak Qarya Wa Hazar Sada), inspires young Afghans by engaging them in the decision-making process.read more
The Cameroon Peace Promotion Project (CP3) is USAID-funded initiative to strengthen community cohesion in the conflict-affected North and Far North regions of Cameroon.read more
Equal Access, in collaboration with Sesame Workshop (the nonprofit educational organization behind Sesame Street) is creating,read more
“When the angry mob arrived at the politician’s house we intercepted them and started calling for forgiveness. ”
Ibrahim Touré, Grassroots Community Leader, town of Ouahigouya, Burkina Fasoread more
“Watching AREWA24 has really changed my perspective as a result of the peaceful interaction and understanding… ”
Warren Holden, Editor, Screen Africa, Nigeriaread more
“When I was coming to Lahore, Pakistan, I thought we would have a tough time, as the Punjab side thinks very negatively… ”
Ms. Wahida, Watandar Radio, Afghanistanread more
“From the time my daughter and I started listening to Baghch-e-Simsim radio episodes in listening circle sessions… ”
Anonymous Listener, Afghanistanread more
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