IAW around the world
Saturday, March 12, 2016 was a sad day in Cameroon: a pregnant woman called Monique Koumate was left to die on the steps of a reference hospital in Cameroon because she had no money to pay for treatment as relatives tried in vain to deliver twins alive. CEFAP immediately decided to launch a project to save at least poor pregnant women
Women have a human right to all social, economic and cultural rights, not for others but for themselves.
What does parity mean and how will it contribute to gender equality? Are there any unintended consequences to consider? What are the experiences of using gender parity to close gender gaps and challenge gender bias?
“Cities have the ability to innovate and measure rapid change, even when national governments cannot—or will not—take action.” Soon-Young Yoon, IAW representative to the UN in New York, at UN Women Stakeholders’ Forum 2016
Ayesha, a physically handicapped girl, was sponsored by All Pakistan Women’s Association (APWA) and is now marketing officer in a four star hotel in Lahore.
Make Education Safe for All Line of Hope Project A major campaign to help protect children from sexual abuse is underway in all provinces of Zimbabwe. Line of Hope Program, the country’s only campaign solely dedicated to preventing child sexual abuse, is undertaking the project to spread prevention messages and ensure the communities and […]
In Cameroon, The Ministry of Women Empowerment and the Family in collaboration with UN Agencies and civil society organizations held a conference, where among others IAW membership organization Ladies Circle headed by Anne Pelagie Yotchou gave a presentation of their activities to eradicate violence against women and girls in Cameroon Read Anne Pelagie Yotchou’s report