Darfur Women Network

Helping Darfur Refugees in the US and Abroad!

Darfur Women Network, DWN, is a non-profit organization, tax exempt 501c3. It is committed to providing family services, social services, and women’s economic empowerment programs, which enable families to overcome poverty, adapt means of sustainable development, and empower women to improve their livelihood. DWN has been building collaborations with various non- governmental organizations to further its goals and is planning on applying its extensive experience to assist internally displaced and vulnerable families in Darfur, as well as other regions in Sudan.

We work to empower displaced women and vulnerable families to build peaceful and sustainable livelihood through education, social change, and resiliency.

Displaced & Vulnerable Families

Darfur Women Network, Inc (DWN) helps create peaceful communities by promoting women’s and children’s rights, and through education and child safety programs. DWN provides the financial resources and technical support that helps women refugees thrive and improve their lives.

Sustainable Development

The Darfur Women Network works to help Darfur Refugees who live in encampment create sustainable communities. This is accomplished through healthcare, clean water, sanitation, hygiene, and renewable energy.

Immigrants in the US

Darfur Women Network, Inc serves displaced immigrant communities in the US by providing support and education opportunities. DWN often partners with other organizations to sponsor community events that celebrate community diversity and connect immigrants to the larger community.

Darfur Refugees in Chad

Darfur Women Network, Inc (DWN) helps displaced families who live in refugee encampments in Chad, by providing women with opportunities for economic development, that help them nourish their families and thrive under difficult circumstances. The Darfur Women Network is registered in Sudan and opened an office in South Darfur State in 2021.

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2658 Cold Spring Rd
Indianapolis, IN 46222
(317) 909-6227
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