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Women in Law and Development in Africa/Femmes, Droit et Développement (WiLDAF) is a Pan African network bringing together 500 organisations and 1200 individuals with a view to promoting a culture for the exercise and respect of women's rights in Africa. WiLDAF/FeDDAF has the status of a non-profit making non governmental organisation.

The network was established at the regional conference held in Harare in Zimbabwe, in February 1990 and whose theme was "Women, right and development: network for empowerment in Africa".


Majority of men and women oppose Female Genital Mutilation in countries where practice persists – UNICEF figures
  Approximately two-thirds of men, women, boys and girls in countries where female genital mutilation is c
Perpetrators of sexual violence in South Sudan 'will be held accountable' – UN envoy
  Vowing to “fight” to the end to see that all perpetrators of rape and violence against women and gir
Burundi: Gang Rapes by Ruling Party Youth
  Members of Burundi ruling party’s youth league, the Imbonerakure, have repeatedly gang-raped women sin
SDGs: No one will be left behind
David Nabarro is the new special adviser to United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on sustainable deve

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