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EXPRESSION OF INTERESTS: MONITORING, EVALUATION AND LEARNING GUIDELINES

The African Women’s Development Fund (AWDF) is seeking for an expression of interest from an experienced consultant with demonstrable expertise on producing a guideline on monitoring, evaluation and learning (ME&L) with special focus on women’s rights work in Africa. The consultant is expected to develop an easy to use manual with step by step procedures […]

REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST: CAPACITY BUILDING GAP ANALYSIS RESEARCH

AWDF is inviting Expressions of Interest with CV from suitable consultants to carry out a Capacity Building Gap Analysis Research of women’s rights organisations in Africa and the Middle East. The research findings are expected to help AWDF develop a Capacity Building Programme that is responsive to women’s rights organisational development needs, enables their sustainability […]

NIGER

Put your money where your heart is. The second level of giving is the Niger. For a gift of 1,000 USD, you will receive this gift of limited edition compilation of Art, Music and Poetry and support the work of Women’s Human Rights Activists across the continent. It is important to continue to support Women who transform […]

DENSU

Put your money where your heart is. The first level of giving is the Densu. For a gift of 100 USD, you will receive this gift of  limited edition compilation of Art, Music and Poetry and support the work of Women’s Human Rights Activists across the country. Anyone can contribute to furthering the movement– and […]

NILE

Put your money where your heart is.     The highest level of giving is the Nile. For a gift of 10,000 USD or more, you will receive this gift of  limited edition compilation of Art, Music and Poetry and support the work of Women’s Human Rights Activists across the country. Women who continue to […]

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SHEROES: AWDF @ 15 is a reminder of the resilience of African women, our distinct resource of power and capacity to transform our lives and those of our communities. This album demonstrates the growth AWDF has experienced during the last fifteen years and projects a future vision of exciting expansion SHEROES: AWDF @ 15 is […]

Faith, Feminisms and Fundamentalisms: A Search for Balance.

International Women’s Day at AWDF has often been a day to reflect on the larger themes of the feminist movement, and promote conversations and engagement around topics that feminists around the continent are grappling with. This year, our conversation focused on Faith, Feminisms and Fundamentalisms, and examined their various points of convergence and divergence. The […]

‘Faith, Feminisms, and Fundamentalisms’: Reflections on IWD 2017

Submitted Piece by: Titilope F Ajayi In commemoration of International Women’s Day 2017 under the theme #BeBoldForChange, I was privileged to partake in a conversation entitled ‘Faith, Feminisms, and Fundamentalisms’ under the auspices of the African Women’s Development Fund. I was there as a woman, a feminist, an African, and a scholar of gender and international affairs. The […]

Recognizing Women as Custodians of Seed and Change

  In Africa, majority of the rural women work as small scale farmers who work to feed their families and the growing population. Seed for them is key and is at the heart of the African communities. As such seed diversity thus lies in their hands. Recognizing and celebrating rural women is a key thrust […]

International Women’s Day: Faith, Feminisms and Fundamentalisms

To Commemorate International Women’s Day, AWDF is hosting a conversation about the many intersections and challenges around Faith Feminisms and Fundamentalisms.  Join AWDF  in a virtual conversation on March 8th, and watch the live stream of the event from our periscope account.