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'One Woman Initiative' Announces First Grants to Women's Organizations in Five Nations
Date:6/3/2009

Year-Old USAID/State Department/Private Sector Initiative Unveils Initial Aid to Local Groups; Chair Carly Fiorina, USAID's Lisa Chiles and CAFAmerica's Saxon-Harrold Report on Progress.

WASHINGTON, June 3 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The One Woman Initiative (http://www.OneWomanInitiative.org), a one-year-old public/private initiative to empower women in countries with significant Muslim populations, today announced its first grants, totaling more than $500,000 to five grassroots organizations in Azerbaijan, Egypt, India, Pakistan and the Philippines. The OWI grants are being made to locally focused organizations with results-oriented programs providing women access to legal rights, political participation, and economic development.

Reflecting the combined efforts of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), the U.S. State Department and leading private sector interests, the One Woman Initiative was launched on May 12, 2008. Since its inception, OWI and its leaders have focused on how to raise funds and award grants totaling $100 million over the course of five years to support organizations that directly assist women in the countries with large Muslim populations. CAFAmerica, a member organization of the Charities Aid Foundation International Network, is managing funds raised for OWI from individual and corporate contributions.

"These grants address the unique barriers women face -- barriers like gender inequity and lack of economic and political opportunity," said One Woman Initiative Fund Chair Carly Fiorina. "Investments in women can lift entire families out of poverty, transform communities, and foster peace and prosperity, we are particularly sensitive to the potential of women in Muslim majority countries, at this watershed moment, when family and community stability can contribute to the peace and security we a
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