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Is internet space feminist enough?

By Ablodegbo Ameyo Savi Dekoleadenu 8/11/2018 The internet holds huge potential for political transformation and liberation. It is a platform that provides a variety of information and communications facilities that can be harnessed to build political coalitions. Globally, the use of internet is on the rise. In Africa, for instance, internet usage is fast growing […]

Joyce Renee Ago Djanie : Programme Officer –Amplify Change

Joyce started her career at the Planned Parenthood Association of Ghana (PPAG) as a volunteer and later became a staff working as a Project Officer for the Accra Young and Wise Centre. She recently worked with the Ministry of Gender Children and Social Protection and the Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development as a […]

Temporary Position: Short-term Grants Administration Support

Terms of Reference (TOR) Background The African Women’s Development Fund is a leading feminist grantmaking foundation supporting African women’s rights organisations and movements across Africa and 5 countries in the Middle East, through grant making, institutional capacity building, advocacy and knowledge generation aimed at advancing social justice and gender equality. AWDF is headquartered in Accra, […]

AWDF CAPACITY BUILDING PROGRAMME – Financial Management Training

  Theme: “Building capacity for organisational effectiveness and sustainability”. The African Women’s Development Fund is organising its 4th Financial Management Training as part of its mandate to provide technical skills to grantees in order to ensure transparency, accountability and prudent financial management of resources for better results and impact. Running from 24th till 26th July […]

VACANCY: ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

Background   The African Women’s Development Fund (AWDF) is a pioneering grant-making foundation headquartered in Accra, Ghana. AWDF was founded by and for African women. It aims to support the work of the African women’s movement for peace, equality, sustainable development and social justice. Since its founding in 2001, AWDF has continued to support a growing portfolio […]

Grantee Recognition Survey Report: 2018

Grantees Recognition Survey forms part of AWDF’s monitoring and evaluation instruments used to assess and ascertain the profound impact grantees are making in the lives of women and on the continent at large. AWDF has provided grants and technical support to over 1,340 women’s organisations in 43 out of the 54 countries in Africa and […]