WHR focuses its activities as per the following five different themes:

  • Economic Sustainability

    It focuses on the economic empowerment of single women and closing gender gaps in the world of work, which are key to achieving the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Read More

  • Rights to Quality Education and Health

    Based on research conducted by Johns Hopkins University, USA, in close collaboration with the WHR central office, WHR aims to expand strategies aimed at reducing the stress of single women through the enhancement of skills to improve relationships, along with raising access to and awareness of sexual health. Read More

  • Prevention, Protection and Participation

    It focuses on eliminating all forms of discrimination and violence faced by single women and their children, with a due focus on peace and security, legal education, and advocacy. Read More

  • Disaster and Humanitarian Response

    It focuses on enhancing preparedness to rehabilitate and effectively resume operations after disasters, along with increasing awareness among single women and the general public about disaster risks and effective ways to manage them. Read More

  • Institutional Development

    Focuses on strengthening and expanding the networks of single women nationally, regionally, and globally. The aim is to build strong networks at the South Asian Regional and the Global (international) levels to make the voices and rights of single women heard and acknowledged. Read More