Land is Life’s Indigenous Women’s Program provides grants, training and technical support to indigenous women leaders and indigenous women’s organizations. We provide funding for indigenous women’s projects around the world, including:  education in Northeast India, a brick-making factory for Mbuti women in the Democratic Republic of Congo; small business enterprises by El-Molo women in Kenya; a scholarship for a young Batwa woman from Rwanda; trainings for Maasai women and young women leaders from Asia and the Pacific. The program also coordinates the participation of indigenous women in the sessions of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues and conferences of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).