African Women's Development and Communication Network (FEMNET)
Réseau des femmes africaines pour le développement et la communication
1988-04 Nairobi Kenya
Apr 1988, Nairobi (Kenya). Previously, U-XE5623 - African Women's Task Force was formed, Oct 1984, Arusha (Tanzania UR), and charged with the responsibility of establishing an institutional means for collective African NGO effort to pursue the implementation of UN Forward Looking Strategies for the Advancement of Women which were the major outcome of the End of the Decade for Women Activities Conference, 1985, Nairobi. At the meeting in Apr 1988, Nairobi, the Task Force fulfilled its mandate by founding FEMNET. Registered in 1991.
Inform and mobilize African women and girls in order to participate and influence policies and processes that affect their lives.
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General Assembly (every 3 years); Board; Secretariat located in Nairobi (Kenya).
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UN Sustainable Development Goals **
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