ADVOCACY AND LOBBYING

NETWORKING AND COMMUNICATION

CAPACITY BUILDING

CAMPAIGN AND SENSITIZATION

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

Women in Law and 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

INTERVIEW-Sierra Leone's first lady gets to grips with child marriage

    by Nellie Peyton | @nelliepeyton | Thomson Reuters Foundation   The...

19-01-2018

Ghana: No School, Period! Menstruating Ghanaian Girls Banned From River Cro…

    By Varsha Saraogi   London — "These girls need to cross the river t...

19-01-2018

Why African Health Policy Needs Gender Mainstreaming

analysis By Anne-Marie Hilsdon and Zachary Donnenfeld   Africa has the hi...

19-01-2018

Warning that ‘peace remains elusive,’ UN chief outlines areas for action in…

 – Having taken office with a call for peace to be the watchword of 2017, U...

17-01-2018

UN Urges Comprehensive Approach to Sexuality Education

    By UNESCO   PARIS, Jan  2018 (IPS) - Close to 10 years after its fi...

16-01-2018

The Data Revolution Should Not Leave Women and Girls Behind

  By Jemimah Njuki   OTTAWA, Canada,  2018 (IPS) - If there is one polit...

16-01-2018

Why the #MeToo Movement Disrupts the Creeping Commodification of Feminism

  By Rangita de Silva de Alwis   Rangita de Silva de Alwis is Associate ...

16-01-2018

Congo-Kinshasa: In the World's Most Neglected Humanitarian Crisis, the Stig…

   By Sally Cooper | Care International   It's a quiet morning at a vill...

16-01-2018

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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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