Pan-African Women’s Conference on 2030 Agenda and Africa Agenda 2063 – Summary Report

The Pan-African Women’s Conference on 2030 Agenda held in May 2017, was the very first for FEMNET members and women’s rights organizations across Africa, since the adoption of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development  (SDGs) and after the AU developed its 10-year implementation plan for the Agenda 2063.

The conference served to consolidate a collective voice of women and girls at all levels, towards the implementation, follow-up and review, of the 2030 Agenda (SDGs,) and the Africa Agenda 2063, as their agency in Africa is strengthened when they work together.

This Summary Report captures the salient issues from the deliberations and puts forth a strategic map developed by the participants that WROs, African Governments, CSOs, and other gender equality and women’s rights stakeholders can use to safeguard women’s gains and achieve the 2030 Agenda for the SDGs, as well as the Africa Agenda 2063.

Click to Download/Read the Summary Report of the PanAfrican Women’s Conference on 2030 Agenda

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