Huairou Commission

Championing the essential work of grassroots women leaders around the world

Huairou Commission is a women-led social movement of grassroots groups from poor urban, rural and indigenous communities in 45+ countries who collectively work for transformative change that improves the living conditions, status, and quality of life of women, their families and municipalities.

Partnerships with facilitating NGOs, research, development agencies, local authorities and other actors committed to accelerating grassroots women’s empowerment and inclusive, just and resilient communities are central to the Huairou Commission's work.

Latest news and articles

Applications Now Open for the Race to Zero Youth Fellowship

If you are under 30 and want to contribute to ambitious work on climate action, apply for the Youth Fellowship.

The Dutch Fund for Climate and Development (DFCD) to Issue Call for ‘Bankable’ Climate Projects

Through DFCD, WWF is looking to help fellow impact makers seeking finance for bankable nature solutions.

One of the restored mangrove areas Phu Loc, Vietnam.

Getting a Grip on Nature’s Value in Developing Countries

Estimating the value of two ecosystem restoration activities in Vietnam

Nathanial Matthews Appointed CEO of the Global Resilience Partnership

On December 1st, Nathanial (Nate) Matthews will become CEO of the Global Resilience Partnership (GRP).

Job Opportunity: Programme Officer At The Global Resilience Partnership

GRP and SouthSouthNorth (SSN) are hiring a Programme officer who will work as part of the GRP Secretariat.