Women to the World
Founder and President, Doris Aldrich
Empowering women and children to overcome
poverty, dependency and abuse since 1985


International Programs

The design of International projects in the 10/40 Window rests upon the practical application of economic developmental training and application for women and families.

Women to the World embraces a proven concept that nationals must be trained in order that sustainable and measurable results may be enjoyed by communities suffering the hardships of war,famine,and misplaced family groups.

Asia, West and East Africa, and South American projects include, but are not limited to:
Solar Lighting Birthing Projects, Secondary Education Facilities, Micro-Business Designs and Loans, Water Projects, Orphan Care, Water Conservation Projects, Animal Husbandry Programs, Mid-Wifery Training, Infant Care Projects, Pre-Natal Care, Disease Prevention Education, and Agricultural Programs throughout the regions. Adult and Juvenile Literacy Classes accompanies all programs in all nations and people groups.

Human Trafficking and Female Mutilation percentages have been reduced in regions of the world with higher educational opportunities. Girls and single young mothers find employment more likely and enjoy an independent lifestyle free of abuse and dependency.

Express your interest in a Team Assignment abroad:

Women to the World: survival@womentotheworld.org (e-mail)

Phone: 706-548-0000 (Athens, Georgia — Administrative Offices)

Women to the World has served in various regions — no less than 26 nations, including Turkey, Afghanistan, Burkina Faso, Pakistan, India, Peru and more. Details upon request.

Women to the World, Inc.

  (Mail Address)

PMB 581, Suite 103
1860 Barnett Shoals Road
Athens, GA 30605
  (Street Address)

485 Huntington Road
Suite 190
Athens, GA 30606