Rockflower collaborates with partners, both large and small, in need of specific and catalytic funding to improve the lives of women and girls across all of the Five Keys.
Fund building of schools in Takhar, Afganistan to create access to education for over 600 girls.
Fund economic empowerment training of 400 women in Kashmir's Gurase Valley.
Fund training of women leaders in serving the women's financial market.
Fund expansion of vocational outreach initiatives and loan system targeted at women and girls.
Fund the creation of peace clubs in secondary schools opposing gender violence.
Fund a grant to foster an agricultural legacy in the desert by addressing food and water security and improve the livelihoods of rural women.
Fund construction of grain mill for economic and community development for local women.
Fund a six month advocacy and awareness campaign for the prevention of child marriage and the spread of HIV/AIDS.
Fund the construction of a permanent maternal health center at Chiran.
Fund training in tailoring to reduce poverty among young women in rural Kenya.
Fund microgarden and mushroom production to increase food security and income generation.
Provide funding to enhance economic empowerment for 150 deserted women.
Establish a women's collective for the women of El Astillero, Nicaragua.
Improve livelihoods of girls and women through mentorship and training.
Fund sustainable maternal and reproductive health education services.
Equip young women with business management skills.
Fund a biomass briquette initiative turning agro-waste and household by-products into an alternative to charcoal and fuel wood.
Fund innovations in food security for 300 widows affected by Ebola.
Fund four communal shallow wells and two water selling kiosks.
Support conflict prevention and peace building.
Democratic Republic of Congo
Invest in scaling up production of resusable sanitary pads and other feminine hygiene products to improve economic opportunities for low income families and to keep girls in school.
Rockflower is partnering with the Association Burkinabé des Femmes Battantes (ABFB) over the next 12 months to install a weaving/dyeing loom.
Rockflower will invest in a two year project to create business and marketing capacity for rural bee farming women to engage in honey processing and branding that can access profitable markets.
Conserve black bees as pollinators, seeking both a solution to environmental degradation and providing economic opportunities for young girls through the sale of honey and by-products to break the cycle of intergenerational poverty.