Sidreh seeks to actively engage in media by providing information, counteract negative press and become a reliable source of information. At the same time, Sidreh seeks to increase goverment and public's awarness to promote government's funding and support, and prevent the violention of women's rights.
In 2010, Sidreh established the first feminist newspaper, with more than 11,000 copies, distributed for free throughout the Negev. The newspaper serves as a tool to promote a positive image of women, highlighting their important role as members of the community. Sidreh also advocates for women’s rights, representing the villages, and influencing the Regional Agenda. Sidreh also leads a digital media campaign and blogs to discuss relevant women issues with the participation of over 4000 members.