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“Don’t let go yet! We have more work to do” says Memory Kachambwa

FEMNET has recently appointed Memory Kachambwa as the organization’s Executive Director effective from June 2018. Read Memory’s debut public address to the FEMNET’s membership, partners and critical stakeholders, as she shares her vision in this new and important role.Memory’s clarion call “Stay on! Don’t let go of the struggle! Let’s hold tighter together, lets stand closer together, the work is not yet done”
In this  Issue of the quarterly E-Bulletin, we highlight regional and global advocacy spaces we have monitored, influenced and co-created from the -> #FundHerAfrica calling for authentic resourcing of women’s rights organizations (and we laud the newly Canada-led innovative, multi-million-dollar and multi-sector funding mechanism) -> to the 31st AU Summit highlighting important linkages of conflict and fragility with violence against women, access to sexual and reproductive health and rights and financing for health – > to Community Dialogues in Kericho and Bomet (Kenya) to end sexual harassment and gender based violence – FEMNET has continued to be at the forefront of informing and mobilizing African women and girls to participate and influence policies and processes that affect their lives.
The E-Bulletin also captures an amazing analysis by young feminist Kalevera Imungu on why erasing the herstories of powerful women leaders must stop; and remember to check out the section on Calls to Action and E-Resources.
 
Click here to Download/ Read/ Share FEMNET’s June 2018 E-Bulletin


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