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"Acting for Woman's Rights in Africa..."

Women in Law Development in Africa 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 has the status of a non-profit making non governmental organisation.Read more...

Mission/Vision

Bringing together organisations and individuals using a variety of tools including law

Values

A world where every women and girls enjoy of their rights

Politic

Protecting women and girls from social inequalities

News

Good Practices: Paralegals help widows enforce their right to inherit land

In Togo, the right of women to inherit land has recently been included in t...

25-07-2017

In Nigeria, UN deputy chief says 'messages of women' vital to sustainable p…

Urgent action is needed now towards the meaningful participation of women i...

24-07-2017

UN report reveals shocking abuse African migrant women face on their journe…

21 July 2017 – The United Nations migration agency today said that perhaps ...

24-07-2017

Faith central to hope and resilience, highlights UN chief, launching initia…

Voicing concern over the abuse of religion to justify incitement to violenc...

18-07-2017

UN report urges accelerated efforts to achieve Sustainable Development Goal…

If the world is to eradicate poverty, address climate change and build peac...

18-07-2017

Why Family Planning Matters for Maternal Deaths and Child Survival

ANALYSIS By Tizta Tlahun, African Population and Health Research Center F...

17-07-2017

Women still carry most of the world’s water

   Imagine going through your day without access to clean, safe water in y...

17-07-2017

The UN Has a Problem - It's Not Just Gender Violence, It's Child Rape  

  ANALYSIS By Andrew Macleod, King's College London   If a United Natio...

17-07-2017

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Documentation

Capacity building

A. Capacity building of national networks of women's rights in order to contribute towards the implementation of women's human rights

Capacity building of judicial and extrajudicial stakeholders
Capacity Building of women in governance

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Advocacy and lobbying

WiLDAF/FeDDAF in West Africa just as at the regional level maintains an institutional presence at the sessions of the main regional and international sessions dealing with women's human rights..

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Networking & Communication

 Regular communication with members let them know on the events/issues in Africa and all over the world

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