Le Conseil d'Administration de l'association Courants de Femmes est composé de Alexia Pretari (présidente), Lucile Rivéra (vice-présidente), Aline Peyregne (trésorière), Nacim Benabdelmoumene (secrétaire général et webmaster de l'association), Nicolas Spie, Claire Naiditch, Sophie Ozil, Salimata Diop, Julien Vedani, Mathilde Lebrand, Clara Delavallade, Blandine Ledoux, et Thomas Bossuroy. Courants de Femmes compte, à ce jour, une cinquantaine de membres et plus de 100 associations africaines partenaires. ... [selon les informations de l'éditeur du site]
REFDAF is a network for development in Africa with an effective and consciencious implication in the women’s issues. REFDAF acts as a network regrouping hundreds of grassroots associations in the south-region of West Africa. Goals:
- the full and complete autonomy of women
- the improvement of women’s competence and skills
- the promotion of women’s leadership in community management
- the sustainable management of productive activities
- the effective participation of women in decision-making spheres. ... [according to site editor's information]
GAIE/Femmes est une ONG à but non lucratif au Mali qui travaille pour l'égalité des sexes en luttant pour le droit de la femme et de l'enfant. GAIE/Femmes veut contribuer à la promotion socio-économique de la femme et de l'enfant à travers :
* Financement et Réalisation de projets en santé, éducation, environnement, en micro crédit ; sur le droit de la femme et de l'enfant ; en lutte contre la pauvreté
* Participation à l'atteinte des objectifs de la politique nationale de la promotion de la femme et de l'enfant
* Participation à des rencontres nationales et internationales sur la promotion de la femme et de l'enfant
* Formation et sensibilisation des populations à la base. ... [selon les informations de l'éditeur du site ; rédaction ilissAfrica]
WiLDAF is a pan-African network of NGOs and individuals who work in the area of law and development to promote and strengthen strategies which link law and development to increase women's capacity to claim and enjoy all their human rights. It brings together 500 organizations and 1200 individuals in 27 countries. The West Africa sub-regional office is located in Lomé, it covers Benin, Burkina Faso, Ghana, Guinea, Mali, Nigeria, Senegal and Togo. ... [according to site editor's information; editors ilissAfrica]
WiLDAF is a network of African NGOs and individuals based in Africa who are using the law as a strategic tool to promote and protect women's rights. The network now comprises about 500 organisations and 1200 individuals in 27 African countries. The main aim of WiLDAF is to ensure women are aware of and fully utilise their rights for self and societal development. ... [according to site editor's information]
WLSA (Women and Law in Southern Africa Research and Education Trust) is a regional NGO that conducts research about women’s human rights in seven countries of Southern Africa: Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Swaziland, Zambia and Zimbabwe. The main aim is to ensure women are aware of and fully utilise their rights for self and societal development. ... [according to site editor's information; editors ilissAfrica]
WLSA-Malawi is a women’s rights NGO that exists to empower women in Malawi through the law by conducting action research, training and advocacy for legal and policy reform. It
* conducts research on gender issues in Malawi and Southern Africa, particularly on issues related to legal rights.
* provides information on gender and the law in order to influence policy and legal reform.
* does networking and exchanges information between the seven WLSA countries.
* conducts relevant training and education, explores and develops new methodologies and new perspectives for the study of gender and the law.
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WLSA is an action-oriented research organization working in Malawi, Botswana, Lesotho, Mozambique, Swaziland, Zambia and Zimbabwe, with a regional office in Lusaka, Zambia. The development objective of WLSA is to improve the legal status of women in Southern Africa. This is done through:
* Developing the research skills of women's law researchers in the network countries;
* Conducting research on gender issues in Southern Africa, particularly those related to legal rights;
* Providing information on gender and the law and influencing policy and law reform in each country;
* Networking and exchanging information between the seven countries;
* Conducting training and planning seminars on research and producing materials in the seven countries;
* Exploring and developing new methodologies and new perspectives for the study of gender and the law in the seven countries;
* Co-operating and liaising with other organisations in each country, in the region and internationally which are interested in issues relevant to women and law. ... [according to site editor's information; editors ilissAfrica]
CONGAFEN a pour mission de Coordonner les actions des ONG et associations oeuvrant pour la promotion de la femme nigérienne. L'organisation vise les objectifs suivants :
- Offrir un cadre de référence et de collaboration fructueuse entre ONG et Associations Féminines ;
- Renforcer les capacités organisationnelles et institutionnelles des structures membres ;
- Servir d’intermédiaire auprès de l’Etat et des Partenaires ;
- Appuyer ses structures membres dans la recherche de moyens pour la réalisation de leurs activités....
The DEC is a NGO in Enugu, Nigeria. It describes itself as "one of the leading NGOs and a model as far as women education, empowerment and microcredit is concerned in the South-East geographical zone of Nigeria, with branch offices in most of the towns in the zone, where it has women self help groups numbering 500." The principal aims of DEC include helping women to help themselves towards self-reliance, bring about social justice, peace and development. To stimulate women in rural areas, as well as the urban poor to act for positive change in their situations through self help initiatives. To initiate, encourage and strengthen leadership in her self help groups through capacity building programmes. ... [according to site editor's information; editors ilissAfrica]