Akina Mama wa Afrika (AMwA)

Feminist Leadership Development

  • Participants at CSW61-Newyork
    Participants at CSW61-Newyork
  • Participants working on a group activity at CVC training
    Participants working on a group activity at CVC training
  • Leadership capacity training for women working in flower farms
    Leadership capacity training for women working in flower farms
  • Participant shares her views on SGBV-Gulu
    Participant shares her views on SGBV-Gulu
  • Women in horticulture recieve certificates after training
    Women in horticulture recieve certificates after training

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Welcome to Akina Mama wa Afrika

Akina Mama wa Afrika (AMwA)  is a feminist-Pan-African leadership development organization that was founded in 1985 by a group of visionary African women in the United Kingdom but later relocated to Africa with headquarters in Kampala, Uganda. Our work is rooted in feminist principles and beliefs guided by the Charter of Feminist Principles for African Feminists which define our leadership development programme and movement building activities. AMwA provides strategic direction in key Pan-African networks including NGO CSW Africa, Solidarity for African Women’s Rights and the Gender Is My Agenda Campaign. AMwA also has consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council.

Vision

We envision a world in which African women are politically, economically and socially autonomous and are champions of change in their lives and society. More ...

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Uganda “Feminist Leadership in Africa into the 21st century”

 

  Name Country
1. Sheila  Kawomera Kampala  Uganda
2. Lingalireni    Mihowa Blantyre   Malawi
4. RakebMassele Ethiopia
5. Sandra   B.  Malwal Nairobi   Kenya
6. Winifred  Amungi Ghana
7. Laura   Misigo Nairobi   Kenya
8 Alice   Ngezahayo   Burundi
9 Georgia   Chimbani Harare   Zimbabwe
10 Alimata  Deme Senegal
11. RindiaChipfunde Harare   Zimbabwe
12 Yasmin    Bacus South  Africa
13 TrufatBekele Ethiopia
14 Medina  Wesseh  Monrovia  Liberia
15 BunmiAdeleye   Nigeria
16 Diallo    Karidiatou   Mali
17 Funmi    O.  Bammeke    Nigeria
18 Agnes     Nyoka   Peter Nairobi   Kenya
19 Esther   Eghobamien Abuja  Nigeria
20 Angela   Dwamena -  Aboagye Ghana
21 Emma   Ssali Uganda
23 Josephine   Ndikumana Burundi
24 Priscilla    P.  Julie Seychelles
25 PamalaOkille Uganda
26 Imene  ben  Tili Tunis
27 FauziaEisa Sudan
28 Amie    Bojang  -Sissoho  The  Gambia