President's Corner
Today, we join the United Nations in recognizing the International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation and reiterate our support of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
It will soon be time to recognize the Z and Golden Z clubs who have best expressed the ideals of Zonta International by awarding the Emma L. Conlon Service Award to six outstanding clubs. Find out how to apply.
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In honor of International Women's Day each year on 8 March, the Zonta International Foundation celebrates Rose Day. Find out how you can join in on the celebration.
Zonta International congratulates clubs celebrating special anniversaries in February.
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Global Impact

  • Let Us Learn Madagascar: Expanding and improving girls' education
    Zonta International has committed US$1 million to the U.S. Fund for UNICEF to support the Let Us Learn initiative to address barriers to girls’ education in Madagascar. Find out how to read a report from January 2015 through June 2016.
  • Niger project second cycle reaches more than 14,000 adolescent girls
    Zonta International began supporting the Niger child marriage project in the 2014-2016 Biennium to help reduce early marriage and early pregnancy in the country. Find out how to read a report on the project's progress last year.
  • Human trafficking and unsafe migration project underway in Nepal
    Read an update on the project Zonta is partnering with UN Women on in Nepal to learn about the progress that has been made so far and the next steps.
  • Local Impact

    We Are Zonta

    TayoMorgan

    TAYO MORGAN

    Member, Centennial Anniversary Committee
    Zonta Club of Ibadan, Nigeria

    “I joined Zonta to work with women of like minds in lifting up less fortunate women, and to have fun while doing so.”

    ALDA NIKODEMUSA

    Member
    Zonta Club of Riga, Latvia

    “I joined Zonta not only due to my willingness to contributing to improve women’s well-being on this globe, but also because of meeting and collaborating with Zontians—a variety of smart and energetic women with different backgrounds, knowledge and experience. If not for Zonta, most likely I would never have met them.”

    FlorinaFernandes

    FLORINA D'SYLVA

    Member
    Zonta Club of Para District Area Inc, Australia

    “Many years ago I received a Zonta community award. I soon learned of the many services they provide and was impressed by the Zonta International Objects. I renew my membership because I feel proud to belong to an international organization that serves communities at a local level and in the world.”

    BROOKE COURTNEY

    Member
    Zonta Club of Tauranga Area, New Zealand

    “I am in Zonta for fun, friendship and that feeling that I get when I know I am doing something to help other women and girls in New Zealand and around the world.”