The Doria Feminist Fund seeks to create a feminist ecosystem where the new generation of feminist movement in the MENA region has access to more and better funding and resources.
A one-time, fully-flexible core grant of $5000 to jumpstart the work of (mainly) emerging/new feminist groups.
Support for established feminist groups or collectives to develop a new program or start a new activity.
Support for feminist activists and scholars in the region to cover knowledge creation and dissemination costs.
“180 Days For Justice For Abductees” is an advocacy campaign launched by the Abductees' Mothers Association to demand justice for the abductees, forcibly disappeared and arbitrarily detained persons in Yemen and to hold the violators accountable
Doria Feminist Fund is thrilled to announce our first cohort of grantee partners. In October 2021, Doria launched our first open call for proposals, a historic moment in feminist philanthropy and in the MENA feminist movement space.
On January 26th, the Doria Feminist Fund, in collaboration with Women Have Wings, held its first celebration for the annual “To Want, and To Dare” awards ceremony. The online event celebrated the courageous work of five feminists and their organizations in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).