Women are actively involved in the social agenda: at work, in social entrepreneurship, and social and political life, as they implement and develop their own public projects. However, women often face restrictions, both due to existing gender stereotypes and also in terms of opportunities and support for their activities from the government and public institutions. Women living in remote areas are particularly in need of support, as a lack geographical unity, the necessary infrastructure, and development institutions, as well as an information and educational vacuum and the inability to improve their managerial skills prevent them from fully developing their initiatives and promoting the agenda of a healthy lifestyle. New formats of assistance and an effective system of political measures are required that would enable women (and especially mothers) to strengthen the social and health protection agenda, unite people, and actively participate in the social policy of a macro-region and the country as a whole. What are the main priorities of Russias social policy? What role do women play in achieving key social policy priorities? What new development opportunities and support measures do socially active women need? What technologies could contribute to the unification of proactive women living in remote areas? How can we promote the new trend of women combining different social roles in society? What corporate and regional programmes to support working socially active women have proven their effectiveness and could be further scaled up?