Underfunded, underestimated and undervalued is how these organizations have felt. That's something we're hearing from international women's organizations and what we had been hearing from those on the ground. These funds are meant to provide them with five years of stable, predictable and accessible revenues, so that they can focus on going from analog to digital, come up with new strategic plans, diversify their funding sources, and better collaborate and share data. Some of them want to turn what they're doing into a social enterprise. This is one of those ways that we give them support to be able to do that.
Most importantly, Salma, this funding means that when someone experiences a sexual assault, they have somebody to go to and the doors are open and the lights are on. It means that when we're investing in trades and entrepreneurship, there are organizations specifically looking to support women in those communities to start their own businesses, to scale up their own businesses and to benefit from the grants that women in communities have now to go and get a Red Seal trade diploma.
It means that they're continuing their advocacy to make sure that we do what we need to do, especially in this moment in time when the winds of populism are blowing the way they are and when the backlash to our progress is so clear. These organizations are going to hold all of us to account and advocate for more of us to be around these decision-making tables.