for International Women's Day, Her International & our ambassadors around the world gathered to empower one another through Global Empowerment pop-ups.

Watch the action on our live social board
& consider a donation to give #HerTimeToThrive.


The #LakeDipChallenge was started by fundraiser Kendra McFarland to empower all people to push past their limits, to do something extraordinary, and to gather for a good cause.

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Her International at a Glance:


Nepal: Her International focuses on ensuring that girls receive an education, that their mothers and all women from the community have access to skill-building opportunities, and that micro-financing groups are available to fund their hopes and dreams. Sustainably. Highlights?

  • We rescued 187 young girls from bonded labour.
  • We have provided a total of 2,261 annual scholarships.
  • We currently fund the education of 182 students and have over 900 women in micro-credit groups.

Unako: Our social initiative, Unako, is a group of twelve rural, ethnically Tharu women who hand make our signature scarves, bags, and eco-chic jewellery which Her sells to help fund programs. This offers safe and fair wage employment to local women.

Canada: Her International identifies underserved causes / populations and then collaborates with other organizations to deliver projects that fill those gaps. We currently provide literacy groups for immigrant mothers and life skills training for mentors of at-risk women.

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AND change lives

A woman wears a scarf to enhance her appearance, to make a statement and express a part of herself to the world. UNAKO does all that and more! Each scarf that is purchased enhances the life of one female child, youth or adult by providing her educational and livelihood opportunities.

Our eco-chic jewellery line just launched, turning trash into treasure. Each bead is individually made from crushed glass bottles and turned into stunning earrings, bracelets and neckalaces.


We focus on Empowerment Through Education. 
$300 ($25/month) covers:

  • School admission and exam fees
  • Group tutoring
  • School uniform, house dress, shoes and socks
  • School bag and school supplies (books, paper, pencils, and pens, etc.)
  • Personal hygiene products (toothbrush, tooth paste, soap, sanitary napkins, etc.)