Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has been supporting the work of Equal Measures 2030 since the very beginning in 2016. The Foundation fights against poverty, disease and inequality around the world.
Fondation CHANEL has been supporting our work since September 2022. Their mission is to improve the economic and social conditions of women and adolescent girls.
Plan International Netherlands
In 2021, Equal Measures 2030 became a technical partner for research and learning as part of the She Leads Programme, run by Plan International Netherlands and funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of The Netherlands. The programme aims to empower and equip girls and young women to speak up for their rights and lead change in their communities and beyond. Plan International is a development and humanitarian organization that advances children’s rights and equality for girls.
Salesforce has been supporting the work of Equal Measures 2030 since 2022. Prior to our collaboration with Salesforce, we partnered with Tableau Foundation and carried out our Data Fellows program. Salesforce’s support also includes pro bono Tableau licenses and together we are collaborating on another Data Fellows program.
Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC)
The Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation has been supporting Equal Measures 2030 since 2022. Switzerland is working for the economic and political empowerment and effective participation of women and girls, their participation in sustaining peace, and for the elimination of all forms of gender-based violence.
Thomson Reuters Foundation
Equal Measures 2030 became a member of TrustLaw in 2022. TrustLaw is the Thomson Reuters Foundation’s global pro bono legal service, which connects law firms to NGOs and social enterprises working to advance media freedom, foster more inclusive economies and promote human rights.
For years, Equal Measures 2030 has sounded the alarm at the slow pace and fragility of progress towards gender equality. At the same time, their partnership model offers a powerful example of collaboration to create real change. As we navigate global crises and fiscal tightening, it is more important than ever before to look at stories of success – stories of advocates using data to hold their governments accountable so that all girls and women have equal power and opportunity.Dr Anita Zaidi, President, Gender Equality, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
We must accelerate progress towards achieving gender equality and the Sustainable Development Goals. Grassroots women’s rights organizations still face resource and capacity constraints to undertake data-driven advocacy. Equal Measures 2030’s work has shown that when advocates are equipped with data and evidence and they have the skills to effectively use them, they can better influence decision makers to have greater impact for women and girls globally.Valérie Meunier, Managing Director, Fondation CHANEL UK