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CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: 16 DAYS AGAINST GENDER BASED VIOLENCE 2017

The African Women’s Development Fund (AWDF) is putting out a call for proposals for activities to mark 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence in 2017. To support the 2017 global campaign to end violence against women, AWDF will fund small sized women’s rights organisations on the African continent to lend their voice to the […]

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: WORLD AIDS DAY 2017

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: WORLD AIDS DAY 2017   Young women’s bodily rights, HIV prevention, and intersections with violence against women. For World AIDS Day 2017, AWDF is offering grants to support activities by African women’s organisations focused on young women’s bodily rights, HIV prevention, and intersections with violence against women. We encourage approaches that address […]

JOB VACANCY: PROSPERA – THE INTERNATIONAL NETWORK OF WOMEN´S FUNDS, CAPACITY BUILDING PROGRAM OFFICER POSITION

Immediate supervisor: Deputy Director Position summary: To develop and manage Prospera’s capacity building program  (on learning, monitoring and evaluation; finance and administration; local fundraising; advocacy, among others) as well as to be the liaison between member  funds from Africa and the network. Principal tasks and responsibilities: • Work collaboratively with other team members to develop […]

A New Strategic Direction: AWDF’s 4th Strategic Plan

Shaping the Future was developed out of research and exploration around how AWDF and the African women’s rights organisations and activists that we resource can contribute to building a future for Africa that reflects the equality and justice that lie at the heart of our continent’s progress. We invested in a process to gather data […]

A GREAT SHERO DANCES AWAY: Prudence Nobantu Mabele (1971-2017)

A tribute by Bisi Adeleye-Fayemi ‘Life is very short and what we have to do must be done in the now’– Audre Lourde It was March 2006. I was in Johannesburg, South Africa with Vera Doku, a colleague of mine from the African Women’s Development Fund (AWDF), as part of a tour of countries in […]