A new report published by a coalition of 80+ international non-governmental organisations, including We Effect, claims that the Oslo Accords have failed to create a pathway to peace for Israelis...
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14 September 2018
25 years after Oslo, We Effect and 80 other NGO:s call for new path to peace
5 September 2018
Expert alert: Palestinian olive harvest cut in half due to climate change
The upcoming olive harvest in Palestine will be only half from last year’s, experts at We Effect’s partner organisation ESDC warn. 100,000 affected families are in rapid need to counter-act...
4 September 2018
“We should focus on women leadership”
An experienced development worker and strong believer in cooperative development and gender equality, Anna Erlandsson is now joining We Effect’s team in Palestine as country director. Anna Erlandsson has worked...
3 July 2018
EU-funded project to empower war-affected women in Sri Lanka
The European Union and Swedish aid organisation We Effect, today announced a 760,000 Euro (Rs. 138,510,000) project to empower Sri Lankan women to become entrepreneurs and leaders. More than 11,000...
12 June 2018
We Effect to support 40 000 Cambodian farmers
We Effect is today announcing a new 5-year programme in Cambodia. It will empower 40 000 farmers to fight poverty – with a focus on gender equality. – It is impossible...
6 March 2018
“Gender equality is not a women’s thing”
Jennifer Vidmo is We Effect Asia’s new Regional Director. A former humanitarian aid worker, she now brings her experience to We Effect’s mission on ending poverty, with gender equality. –...