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About WPP

  Women for Peace and Participation (WPP) is a non-partisan and non-profit organization, which promotes the social and political inclusion of women and youth in peace building processes at the grassroots, national and global levels. WPP works directly with marginalized individuals in conflict-affected countries, and provides opportunities and platforms for women and youth to enable them to participate in decision-making processes and policy debates. In addition to working directly with women and youth, WPP also works with their relevant diaspora and refugee populations.



WPP’s envisions inclusive societies and access to equal opportunity for women and youth.



Women for Peace and Participation’s goal is to promote social inclusion and provide an opportunity for excluded groups of Afghan women and youth to shape the future of their country through participation in social and political processes.

Scope Of Work

To date, WPP has piloted most of the programs primarily with Afghan communities in insecure areas and relevant stakeholders.

WPP Objective

Empower women and youth by building their capacities and skill-sets to engage in peacebuilding and peace-making processes.

Countries of Focus



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Help is Our Main Goal

Help women build brighter futures for themselves and their families this World Refugee Week.

  When war and insecurity take hold, women bear the heaviest burden of violence, poverty and inequality.

   Help women survivors of war heal from the trauma of war and build brighter futures for themselves and their families.

Our Stories

Afghan women share their hopes and fears

   In their own words, Afghan women call for women’s rights, inclusion in public life, urgent economic relief and for the international community to step in solidarity with them. Help women survivors of war heal from the trauma of war and build brighter futures for themselves and their families.




Education Is My Right



Afghan Women Artisans 


A Brighter Day In A Peace Full Society