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The Power of Narrative: AWDF presents the Vagina Monologues

This International Women’s Month, the African Women’s Development fund celebrates the power of Narrative, both on the collective and on the individual level. Throughout history African women have been rebellious change-makers, advocating for their independence and finding ways to gain power in societies that oftentimes restricted them from having full autonomy. It’s important for us […]

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS – CONSULTANCY, GRANTMAKING AUDIT

    The African Women’s Development Fund (AWDF) is inviting applications from feminist oriented grantmaking systems consultants to undertake an audit of its grant making systems and processes. For Terms of Reference, Kindly click here Closing date for receiving applications is Friday 26th April 2019 2019”  

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST – Women and Girls project

  The African Women’s Development Fund (AWDF) is seeking for an expression of interest from an experienced consultant to undertake end of project evaluation. We are looking for a consultant with demonstrable expertise on monitoring, evaluation and learning (ME&L) with special focus on women’s rights work in Africa. The consultant is expected to carry out […]

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST – Leadership and Governance project

The African Women’s Development Fund (AWDF) is seeking for an expression of interest from an experienced consultant to undertake end of project evaluation. We are looking for a consultant with demonstrable expertise on monitoring, evaluation and learning (ME&L) with special focus on women’s rights work in Africa. The consultant is expected to carry out an […]

TERMS OF REFERENCE: AWDF GRANTMAKING AUDIT

IntroductionThe African Women’s Development Fund (AWDF) was founded in the year 2000 as an autonomous, Africa-wide foundation, awarding grants for the support of non-profit African women’s organisations working for social justice, equity and peace, as well as carrying out capacity building work for those organisations and generating knowledge on African women’s work and achievements. In […]