Uganda: 30th July 2014, Public Dialogue and Literary Event

On the 30th of July, the African Women’s Development Fund (AWDF) in partnership with the Ugandan Women’s Association (FEMRITE) will hold a public dialogue and literary event at Hotel Africana in Kampala, Uganda. The theme for the event is ‘African… Read more

Uganda: 30th July 2014, Public Dialogue and Literary Event Uganda: 30th July 2014, Public Dialogue and Literary Event

Accountability to Ourselves and to our Stakeholders

The African Women’s Development Fund (AWDF) has since it began operations in 2001, invested in various systems and processes to ensure transparency and accountability in all our activities. In order to achieve the latter objective, our performance… Read more

Accountability to Ourselves and to our Stakeholders Accountability to Ourselves and to our Stakeholders

Hope Chigudu reflects on AWDF’s third Chief Executive Officer’s Forum

AWDF’s third Chief Executive Officer’s Forum was held on the 2-4th June, at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Nairobi. It attracted Directors from different African countries, all immersed deeply in the common work of striving for women’s rights. Many… Read more

Hope Chigudu reflects on AWDF’s third Chief Executive Officer’s Forum Hope Chigudu reflects on AWDF’s third Chief Executive Officer’s Forum

Climate Change and the Livelihoods of Women: The AWDF and Grantees Approach

CLIMATE CHANGE AND THE LIVELIHOODS OF WOMEN: THE AWDF AND GRANTEES APPROACH   Climate change is the global or regional shift in climate patterns due to the high emissions of greenhouse gases produced by human activities. Rising levels of… Read more

Climate Change and the Livelihoods of Women: The AWDF and Grantees Approach Climate Change and the Livelihoods of Women: The AWDF and Grantees Approach
 

About AWDF

10 Years of Leadership and Empowerment for African Women   “Heartfelt congratulations to you, AWDF Sisters, on reaching your tenth year! You have succeeded in your goals; you have weathered the global economic crisis; you have… Read more

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Our values

Values and Principles: We believe in the personhood of African women, and that their rights are an inalienable, indivisible and integral part of universal human rights. We believe in acknowledging, valuing and rewarding women’s paid and unpaid… Read more

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Thematic focus

For full details of AWDF’s thematic focus and the types of work we support please click: Thematic Areas Matrix Updated Women’s Human Rights Mary Robinson, President of Realising Rights Ethicial Initiative launching AWDF’s Compendium… Read more

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Uganda: 30th July 2014, Public Dialogue and Literary Event

On the 30th of July, the African Women’s Development Fund (AWDF) in partnership with the Ugandan Women’s Association (FEMRITE) will hold a public dialogue and literary event at Hotel Africana in Kampala, Uganda. The theme for the event is ‘African… Read more

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Accountability to Ourselves and to our Stakeholders

The African Women’s Development Fund (AWDF) has since it began operations in 2001, invested in various systems and processes to ensure transparency and accountability in all our activities. In order to achieve the latter objective, our performance… Read more

Continue Reading

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Hope Chigudu reflects on AWDF’s third Chief Executive Officer’s Forum

AWDF’s third Chief Executive Officer’s Forum was held on the 2-4th June, at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Nairobi. It attracted Directors from different African countries, all immersed deeply in the common work of striving for women’s rights. Many… Read more

Continue Reading