“Women are important agents of change… an investment in women is by extension an investment in changing the overall outcomes of a nation”

Hon. Earl Jarrett, Chief Executive Officer The Jamaica National Group

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Your Support Helps to Provide Essential Services to Women and Girls

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Woman Inc. is a non-profit, charitable organization consisting of volunteer members who contribute their time and resources to help sustain services and support. We continue to accept financial support and welcome in-kind assistance needed to sustain the organization’s efforts and to cover operational costs.




Become A Donor

Woman Inc. is a non-profit, charitable organization consisting of volunteer members who contribute their time and resources to help sustain services and support. We continue to accept financial support and welcome in-kind assistance needed to sustain the organization’s efforts and to cover operational costs.

Corporate Partnerships

Woman Inc. welcomes mutually beneficial strategic partnerships with companies whose values are aligned with our own. We are grateful to existing partners who are committed to using their networks and expertise to help us effectively deliver services and other interventions to promote and protect the rights of women and girls.

Want to join our growing network of partners making a difference?

Woman Inc. annually hosts a number of events, workshops, trainings and outreach activities to engage communities, groups and corporate entities.

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what we've been up to

Past Events and Outreach Activities

The Jamaican Bar Association (JBA) to Provide Legal Services to Victims of Domestic Violence - 2021

The JBA is pleased to launch its project to provide pro bono legal services to victims of domestic violence. This initiative is in collaboration with Woman Inc., an NGO that creates “An Oasis of Support”, shelter and services for women. Jamaican women who are victims of domestic violence will be able to receive free legal services following the signing of a memorandum of understanding on November 12, 2021 between the Jamaican Bar Association and Woman Incorporated.

Supporting Survivors of Domestic Violence – Spotlight Initiative & JAYECAN donates care packages - 2021

Woman Inc received 122 care packages containing essential hygiene supplies. Spotlight Initiative donated 106 care packages and JAYECAN donated 16 large care packages plus 5 gallons water bottles.

The care packages donated by JAYECAN and Spotlight Initiative were distributed to support women within communities impacted by gender-based violence throughout this period of COVID19.

2021 Partnership Forum – Partnership for Peace, Planet and Prosperity​

On the 76th anniversary of the United Nations, the UN Country Team commemorated this milestone by engaging national stakeholders in a dialogue on the power of partnerships. The aim is to reaffirm and recognise that our challenges are interconnected and can only be addressed through reinvigorated multilateralism and partnership - with which Jamaica continues to lead and exemplify on the global stage.

RISE Life Civil Society Boost Initiative Workshop series – 2017-18

Developed and implemented a training series on Gender based Violence and TIP (Trafficking In Persons) for community and church affiliated groups, “Male only” groups, and emergency call personnel such as Crime Stop, 119, and Hotline with to raise awareness on vulnerable persons & GBV.

Community Outreach & Training Workshops - 2015

Woman Inc. designed and implemented this workshop for youth groups affiliated with community churches to raise awareness on the negative impact of Gender-based violence and gain commitments to “work for Change”. We also conducted training workshops for hotline volunteers selected to provide counselling on the 24-hour hotline to victims of GBV. Sponsored by Johnson & Johnson.

Health Policy Project (HPP) – 2013-14

Screening for GBV (gender Based Violence) in Health Care settings, and in the context of HIV/STI. This pilot involved adapting a screening tool and protocol for conducting interviews and making referrals based upon screening results; along with the training of Healthcare professionals and mapping and training Referral agencies.

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