A group of African activists, thought leaders and entrepreneurs have banded together to form

The African Women Rights Advocates Movement

  • It is a fact that women and girls are the most impacted when disasters or emergencies arise.
  • African women deserve to be represented in decision-making circles.
  • Survivor-led movements are essential in order for women and girls to thrive.
  • African women, girls, and youth must truly believe that they deserve to thrive.
  • Sustainable development requires community engagement in decision-making and ownership of the implementation processes.

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Decolonizing African Activist Spaces: A Need for Home Grown Change

The need for decolonization in activist spaces and communities is the one thing that should be prioritized. Non-profit and non-governmental organizations receive most of their funding from western countries, […]


Ending Female Genital Mutilation & Child Marriage in Kenya: A Call for Change

As a native of West Pokot County in Kenya, I have a deeply personal connection to the challenges posed by Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) and child marriage within my community. […]


Ending Female Genital Mutilation in Nigeria: How Far Have We Come?

Understanding FGM/C Female Genital Mutilation and Cutting (FGM/C) is a practice that is  still occurring in about 30 African countries, as well as across the Middle East and Asia. It […]