FEMNET welcomes a newly elected Board of Directors

The Pan African Women’s Development and Communications network, FEMNET, has welcomed a new Board of Directors to help steer the Pan African women’s rights organization to greater heights. FEMNET is pleased to announce that Mrs. Emma Kaliya, the newly elected Chairperson to the Board retains her position as the Chair, unopposed and celebrated by a […]

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This very first convening of FEMNET members and women’s rights organizations generally across Africa to collectively deliberate and develop a roadmap for women’s rights organizations to effectively engage in the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (SDGs). This convening comes one and a half years after the adoption of the 2030 Agenda for […]

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Globally, Illicit Financial Flows (IFFs) are defined as the unrecorded and mostly untaxed illicit leakage of capital and resources out of a country. IFFs are mostly unrecorded because of deliberate misreporting. They are also associated with active attempts to hide their origin, destination, and true ownership; and often end up in secrecy jurisdictions (tax havens). […]

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On Sunday 5th March, FEMNET was part of 28 regional teams of passionate young women and girls that participated in the Global Goals World Cup (GGWCUP) that was hosted at the Impala Grounds in Nairobi. This football tournament, unlike normal football matches, was aimed at advocating for the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and participating […]

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FEMNET réfléchit sur certaines moments stratégiques, processus et espaces en 2016 auxquels nous avons contribué, y compris :- Les sommets de l’union africaine dont les thèmes étaient l’Année des droits de l’homme, avec un accent particulier sur les droits des femmes L’agenda 2030 pour le développement durable (SDGs) La CSW60 sur l’autonomisation des femmes et son […]

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