Unlearning Repentance, Internalising Radical Love.

Reflections from the Bodily Integrity Session: AWID.  By Maame Akua Kyerewaa Marfo “The body is not soiled— it is not filth to be forgiven. The body is not an apology.” As Sonya Renee’s poetic words washed over a room of women at the 13th International AWID Forum, I let out a breath I didn’t know […]

Nana Bamea

Prior to joining AWDF, Nana Bamea worked as a faculty intern at Ashesi University and then as a graduate assistant at the Statistics department of University of Ghana. Nana likes teaching and believes quality education is one of the major drivers of development. She also utilizes her in-depth statistical knowledge to improve decision making in […]

Resource Centre Day: March 16, 2017. Sign up here!

Feminist Film Screenings Engage with some key terms and trends African feminists are exploring in their lives and work. Short discussion to follow. Rich Research Resources Discover research materials by and about African women across a diverse range of fields. Unlock the wealth of resources offered through open-access databases. Digital Storytelling Connect with your audiences on compelling digital […]

Suzzie Samtu

Suzzie Samtu is a bilingual-English & French front Desk Manager. As a holder of Higher National Diploma in Office Management from Alliance Française d’Accra, she developped a passion for women issues and say no to inequalities of gender. She joined AWDF with 4  years experience in Front desk Management, first in Financial Institution and then […]

Lydia Maclean

Lydia Maclean is a seasoned Communications Professional with extensive  experience in Public Relations, Corporate Affairs and Humanitarian work. Prior to joining AWDF, Lydia worked as the Customer Service and Public Relations Manager of A-Plus Life Assurance Ltd, and has also been the Communications Manager of the Ghana Red Cross Society. She holds a Bachelor of […]