As SalamaTech helps Syrians confront digital GBV, they increasingly see women's images being sed against them. Even in an earthquake's rubble.
In our mission to boost digital resilience, we share a path with some remarkable women. This International Women’s Day, we salute their leadership.
In the wake of devastating earthquakes, members of the SalamaTech team are helping Syrians protect themselves from follow-on digital harms.
Building Yemeni digital resilience: Local youth worked with our Siraj initiative to target a scam that was victimizing vulnerable people.
Jordanian female journalists have launched a network to tackle digital gender-based violence, building on their work with our Salam@ initiative.
Acting on calls from Deaf communities, Salam@ has launched the MENA region's first Arabic digital safety sign language dictionary.
Three initiatives in Vietnam have helped thousands of marginalized women and girls boost their resilience to online gender-based violence.
Digital Safety Hub Vietnam's new web portal will help civil society groups protect themselves from new cyber-threats - and get more done.
Last week featured three major events focussed on women's digital resilience across the Middle East and North Africa - all convened by our Salam@ program.
The Jordan Times recently interviewed Shahed Jihad, a journalist and member of a trailblazing Foundation-supported team of female digital safety trainers.