Motivated by the vision of a world where women and their children are free to excercise their human rights, the Women’s Education for Advancement and Empowerment (WEAVE) is committed to teaching women to become socially, economically and politically empowered.

WEAVE was founded in 1990 with the intent to empower indigenous women and support their needs and basic human rights.

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Break the chains of poverty

Fair Trade breaks poverty  1 October 2015 (Culemborg) – Fair Trade breaks the chain of poverty. Fair traders around the world, together with small producers ... Continue Reading →

Building connection through weaving

I recently returned from a trip in Muang Paem, a scenic village situated in the forested hills of Tham Lod, Mae Hong Son. The 4 ... Continue Reading →

Who made my clothes?

Have you ever asked yourself this question?  The label doesn’t really tell the whole story, isn’t it? But the reality is, we as consumers give ... Continue Reading →


2015 International Women’s Day

On the 7th of March 2015, the International Women’s Day (IWD) will be celebrated worldwide. Women’s Education for Advancement and Empowerment (WEAVE)Foundation has been working ... Continue Reading →

Reading initiative of the Girls Education Program

Improved reading skills of girls allows them to gain more self-confidence. WEAVE Foundation is working to improve the lives of refugee girls and women under ... Continue Reading →