Our new report on why vulnerable refugee and migrant women aren't able to learn English & how we can help.
Escaping poverty through education
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Our Mission

WONDER's mission is to empower vulnerable communities worldwide through education.

We work with partner projects that primarily support women and act as a stimulus for ending poverty in their families and communities. 

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WONDER relies on our donors and volunteers so that we can capacity build our partners and support vulnerable people to exit poverty.

Could you donate or fundraise to change lives? Or perhaps you would like to lend your skills and experience through volunteering with us or one of our partners, either in the UK or overseas? 

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Our Causes

We work with locally-rooted projects both in the UK and in Asia, Africa, Latin America and Europe. Local projects best understand the needs of the communities that they serve and are able to co-produce sustainable routes out of poverty for vulnerable people. Read more


Latest blogs

Communications intern Beth Rochford looks at the importance of women's education in the context of Nigeria's recent challenges. 

How do gendered barriers hold women back from education, employment and integration? What can we do about them? Policy intern Ami Saji explores.

This International Nurses Day, Eunice shares her experiences from student nurse training in Kinshasa, DRC. 

News & events

Following the Wonder Foundation’s 2016 research, “Women Breaking the English Barrier” we want to know more about how vulnerable migrant women best learn English. 

 WONDER awarded Erasmus+ funding for integration policy project

We're sad to share that our advisor, mentor and friend Dr Raheal Gabrasadig passed away last week. 

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