WWO is committed to promoting collaboration, mobilizing partnerships and allocating efforts of different actors to promote women development and gender harmony nationally and globally. WWO works closely with the United Nations system, governments, civil society, nonprofit organizations, research institutes and volunteers to enhance collaboration and achieve better development outcomes.

United Nations

WWO works closely with the United Nations to support its Member States in achieving their national priorities and ensuring better development outcomes. WWO strives to increase coherence, effectiveness and efficiency.

Governments and Non-State actors

Engagement is a key aspect of WWO’s role in global women development. Governments and non-State actors play a critical role in supporting WWO to fulfil its mandate.

Civil Society

WWO works closely with civil society on policy advocacy and generating innovative strategies on women development and gender harmony. WWO ensures that civil society’s voices be heard and ensures their participation in international women development issues.

Nonprofit Organizations

WWO has established partnerships with nonprofit organizations to initiate and implement programs. In addition, WWO works with nonprofit organizations to prepare and organize conferences and other events on women development and gender harmony. 

Research Institutes

WWO collaborates with research institutes, universities and academies to carry out activities, implement programs, conduct research on the status of gender equality, and analyze the progress of women development.

WWO Advisory Experts

The WWO Advisory Experts are a group of experts from whom the WWO obtains technical guidance and support. Experts are invited to participate in an expert committee meeting to review and make technical recommendations on WWO’s developmental strategies and program development.

WWO Volunteers

The WWO Volunteers make important contributions to support the United Nations to realize the Sustainable Development Goals.