Africa

CEADER’s organizational goal is to increase women’s capacity to overcome poverty and increase their participation in development activity.   CEADER works to promote and protect economic and social rights. The right to health, including reproductive and sexual rights and other components of health care are categorized under economic and social rights. Furthermore, CEADER’s projects in slum communities seek to address sexuality and reproductive issues amongst slum.  

Environmental and human rights NGO based in Nairobi, Kenya, is a member of ESCR-Net and the Habitat International Coalition. Mazingira has a very useful publication database that is searchable by subjects such as gender and land. The concern of Mazingira Institute is for the realization of human dignity and empowerment of everyone - women, men and children and for ecological integrity everywhere.

The overall objective of the network is to advance women’s property and inheritance rights in the context of HIV and AIDS in Eastern and Southern Africa through the sharing of information, experiences and strategies by legal practitioners and human rights activists. Specific objectives of the network are:

Law and Sharia Consultants is a consultancy group based in Cape Town, South Africa. Apart from promoting the research of various issues pertaining to the application of Muslim Personal Law in South Africa, this website also highlights the services it offers and acts as a resource for our outreach initiatives.

International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) is a global leader in sustainable development. IIED has a programme of gender, land and decentralization in Mali, Burkina Faso and Niger.

The HSRC has equipped itself to respond flexibly and comprehensively to national requirements, by aligning its research capabilities into the following interdisciplinary, problem-orientated, research programmes: Education and Skills Development, Economic Performance and Development, Population Health, Health Systems and Innovation, HIV/AIDS, STIs and TB (including the Africa-wide research network, SAHARA), Democracy, Governance and Service Delivery, and also Human and Social Development.
One of the outcomes of the workshop on Women’s Access to Land, organized by the International development Research Center (IDRC) and Dimitra in Mbour in 2008 is the establishment of an ambitious action research programme designed to improve and safeguard women’s access to land in Senegal. It is being coordinated by the Group d Recherche Action Sur le Foncier au Senegal (GRAFOSEN – Senegal Land Action Research Group). This initiative aims at creating close cooperation between all actors on the land issue and to establish a platform for actors.
The AGI’s Strengthening Gender and Women’s Studies for Africa’s Transformation (GWS Africa) Project pursues the Institute’s mission by developing and disseminating intellectual resources, and supporting intellectual dialogue and networking. The project set out to strengthen African-based teaching and research in gender studies by bringing together teachers and researchers in African universities in a series of strategic training, research and publishing activities.
Famafrique a été créé en 1999 par ENDA-SYNFEV (Environnement et Développement du Tiers-Monde, Synergie Genre et Développement , Dakar (Sénégal), dans le cadre du projet "Inforoutes au féminin pour l'Afrique francophone" mené avec le soutien du Fonds Francophone des Inforoutes (Agence Internationale de la Francophonie). C'est un site web qui offre de l'information à l'intention des femmes d'Afrique francophone actives pour promouvoir le développement durable et l'égalité des relations de genre.
EASSI is a collaboration between individuals, NGOs, coalitions and networks in the Eastern Africa sub region committed to the advancement of women. EASSI covers eight countries of: Burundi, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Somalia, Tanzania and Uganda. EASSI prioritized the 12 critical areas of concern for women of the Beijing and African (PFAs). The founding principle of EASSI was to stimulate activism at national, regional and international levels and to make concrete and meaningful change for the women of the sub-region. It was expected EASSI would enhance national and regional processes.
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