Women’s Environment & Development Organization/WEDO

Founding Year: 1991

Staff: 11


Women’s Environment & Development Organization
(1991; New York; 11 staff; wedo.org)

It works towards ensuring that women are able “to claim their rights as decision-makers, advocates and leaders, especially on issues related to environment and sustainable development.” Their mission is to ensure that women’s rights are taken into consideration at the “heart of global and national policies, programs and practices.”


Leadership: Bridget Burns (Director)

Women’s Environment & Development Organization/WEDO contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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