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Building A Digitally Inclusive World

For marginalized & rural communities everywhere

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Goal For 2030

The foundation's goal for 2030 is to educate, empower, and mobilize one hundred thousand children, young people, and women on Digital literacy, Internet inlusion, Digital healthcare and human rights; to close the historic digital geographic and gender divide in the world's most marginalized and rural communities of developing countries. 

We aim to lead the largest and fisrt-ever Digital Healthcare partnership in the Europe and MENA region; through engaging goverments, civil society instituitons, internet & technology companies, private sector leaders, and academia for a prosperous, inclusive, and sustainable partnership for global investments in  internet and digital healthcare technologies & initiatives for marginalized and rural women and young people worldwide. 

Our Digital Inclusion Initiatives


Youth For Women Foundation has been one of the very few institutions to advocate and lead Digital inclusion initiaves for over 1040+ rural women and young people. We have led a community-level educational initiative on Digital literacy, directly reaching 20+ rural communities and enhancing the digital skills of 465+ youth and women. We then empowered and provided youth with intesnive leadership skills and tangible resources to start 31+ awareness campaigns in their rural and refugee communities and online to educated hundreds others on their digital rights.


Youth For Women Foundation has organized an extensive training for multiple heads of national civil society organizations on Digital rights and policy advocacy to disseminate to their staff and beneficiaries, and engage in informing and reforming national digital policies and goverment strategies that uphold their commitments to investing in the Digital health, literacy, and rights initiatives for rural youth and women and in the internet broadband inclusion of rural, semi-urban, refugee and remote communities nationwide in Iraq, India and France.


Youth For Women Foundation's President and Directors are experts and global champions on Digital Healthcare and Internet Governance policies and innovations, and have been representing and advocating for our Digital Healthcare values at leading United Nations Agencies and multilateral institions, including; the World Health Organization, UN DESA, UNITAR, ICANN, Internet Society, UN ITU, US Department of State, and Swedish, Swiss & Australian Agencies and many more.

Our mission is to build a global coalition for Digital Mental Health with a special focus on marginalized and rural healthcare transformation with the Internet and Digital technologies; through meaningful investments and policy advocacy by the foundation's global partners and stakeholders, including youth networks and communities.

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Resilience to Digital Disinformation Campaign

Youth For Women Foundation has partnered with the International Republican Institute to execute a regional campaign for the capacity-building of 20+ project managers and heads of local civil society nonprofits on fostering Democracy and Resilience to Media Disinformation skills among their communities; particularly around the Covid-19 infodemic and prior to the 2021 Iraqi National Elections.

We had also led a large-scale advocacy program whic intensively built the digital skills and literacy of 75+ young people, and empowered them to start 15 virtual awareness campaigns on media disinformation, impacting hundrends of marginalized youth and women.



Medical Professionals

“Youth For Women Foundation have a very important role in empowering young adults on digital and healthcare access in rural and remote communities of Iraq”

Dr. Abdel Kareem

- Medical Consultant, Iraq

Youth Ambassadors

“I have, for the first time, learnt how to effectively use online websites for searching legitimate information. It opened my eyes to the devastating effects of media disinformation in real life, and how to prevent it. Those real examples of misinformation has helped me detect them in our Iraqi and Syrian communities”

Mr. Nazeer Mustafa

- Digital Literacy Campaign Alumni Leader, Iraq

Rural Beneficiaries

“Me and my family have never been able to have internet or phones because of poverty. But now after this training (Rural Digital Literacy Initiative), I realized it is my human right to accesss this technologies and help educate myself on how to read and write because I could never go to any school”

Amina Harar

- A woman residing in rural Iraq