Publications by WFA

The ‘Femstory: Feminist oral stories archive’  project’s interviewers collected five stories from women human rights defenders who had experiences with anti-gender attaks and backclash due to the nature of their jobs. The collection includes short summaries of the collected oral stories, excerpts of which were also published in Armenian to encourage feminist researchers in this field to take advantage of the oral history’s methods richness and research the state of the Armenian women’s movement from a more critical standpoint.

This publication of FemTalks is a collection of articles based on the public lectures and discussions conducted by Women’s Fund Armenia (WFA) in 2022. In conjunction with the assistance to women’s and feminist organizations and initiatives in Armenia, one of the main missions of WFA is the development of critical feminist discourse, as well as the introduction to the trends in contemporary feminist theory and research.


Women’s Fund Armenia, Women’s Fund in Georgia, Ukrainian Women’s Fund, and filia.die frauenstiftung (Germany) commissioned the assessment of institutional and team resilience in their respective organizations, as well as partners. The goal of the assessment was to inform the participating four women’s funds and their respective partners, women’s rights organizations in Armenia, Georgia, Germany and Ukraine about their readiness to deal with crises. The objective of the assessment is to measure the existing needs regarding institutional (i.e., financial, psycho-social, organizational) and team resilience.

The following is the summary of the research results for Armenia. 


Although collective care as a concept is a relatively new approach for civil society, the elements of collective care have always been used, especially among women’s organizations and grassroot initiatives.

The following is the summary of needs assessment carried out among the partners of the WFA in 2022.


To understand the specifics and peculiarities of the girls’ development in the Armenian reality, Women’s Fund Armenia initiated an online survey using the standardized questionnaire and the online survey open platform. The goal of the survey was to understand overall perceptions and feelings of the teenage girls, and how those are influenced by different external factors.

In this collection of articles from our sister funds from various parts of the world, we would like to share with you our collective feminist struggle, love, and passion for feminist philanthropy. A type of philanthropy that brings changes in our own lives, as well as the lives of our partners around the world.

Read the summary of our work during 2022.

Read the summary of our work during 2021.

Read the summary of our work during 2020.