First of all, Laura, I think it is a noble cause you're working on.
The first thing I suggest is to continue writing stories and articles on this site (and others possibly, too) that highlight specific examples of where and how your funding has made a difference. I can connect to a specific story of success easier than I can connect to the general big cause.
Second, if you can put pictures with those stories, or even a photographic essay showing - again - specific women in their surroundings who are being impacted by the good work of the W.E.C., that will help people care about what you're doing.
Third, continue to present information/numbers/graphs on all the different aspects of how economic help to the women in poor countries helps- really helps. That's why Three cups of tea
is so effective - one really gets a full understanding of how these people, that seem so real, really benefit from the help of the Central Asia Institute.
Finally, Laura, as wonderful as your organization is, and a committed as you are, i get somewhat of a "hard sell" feeling from you. Since I've joined this site, your article and emails have been quite insistent on this cause and your agenda seems to be to participate on this work it mom site to generate donors for your cause. This may not be true! But that's how it comes accross, and you know the old saying, "Perception is reality." Perhaps that is why you don't get many comments. If you want people to care about the Women's Edge Coalition, tell the story, educate, and show it's purpose, but don't push so hard.