Localization in Practice: Realities from Women’s Rights and Women-Led Organizations in Poland - CARE

Localization in Practice: Realities from Women’s Rights and Women-Led Organizations in Poland

Since Ukrainian women and girls started crossing the border into Poland in February, Polish civil society and women’s organizations been tested like never before. Demand and need for their services has skyrocketed as millions of women and girls from Ukraine seek refuge and support services in Poland. CARE spoke with representatives from 11 women’s rights organizations and women-led organizations in Poland. They told us what their organizations need, what they are concerned about, and what their recommendations for the future of the response are.

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