Women In War Zones International (WWZI)

Posted October 13th, 2014 at 11:44 am.

Women In War Zones International (WWZI) is a charity dedicated to telling personal stories of women in areas of conflict as well as a support for an educational initiative for victims of sexual violence in Congo. WWZI looks promote women’s human rights and health, prevent war crimes of women living in war zones.

They expect to fulfill their mission by telling personal stories of real women in war zones through photography and documentary. The organization seeks to unite their audience as a movement against this injustices in areas of conflict. WWZI also looks to empower women through creating programs like The Wamu Center, that create peace, stability and opportunity for women in their region. The Wamu Center is a literacy and educational center located in eastern DR Congo, serving the patients and staff of Panzi Hospital’s Victims of Sexual Violence Program (VVS).


Needless to say our interns do not just pour coffee or make copies. Our interns make us who we are! Whether you’re interested in interning in the field or locally, we have a place for you.  With three local sessions, and two abroad sessions annually, we’re constantly in recruitment mode.  Click HERE for our online application form.


If you’re not able to commit to the time-commitment of an internship and you’re looking for war to get involved, volunteering with us is the way to go!

For more information on how you can volunteer with us in the US and become an indispensable part of the team, shoot an email to info@womeninwarzones.org.

If you are ready to jump right in, fill in our online application form NOW.

Even if you can’t intern or volunteer, check out these ways you can take action.

Website: http://www.womeninwarzones.org/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/womeninwarzones/

Contact: 540-521-1910, info@womeninwarzones.org

Location: 2216 Cedar St. Philadelphia, PA 19125 (Click here for map)

*This site is accessible via public transportation from the Bryn Mawr campus. Please see transportation reimbursement policy.

Filed under: All Opportunities,Human Rights,Location,Philadelphia,Women by Diana Vergara

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