Gender justice

African Women's Day: the solutions of 7 West African organizations to 7 realities lived by women in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis
To mark African Women's Day on July 31st, seven West African organizations highlight the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on women in West Africa and their realities, their thoughts and their solutions around 7 priority themes identified, by and for women in the region.
FACT N°6 – Women and girls face a lack of access to information
Discover how women and girls face a lack of access to information in West Africa.
FACT N°5 – Women face limited representation and participation in decision-making spaces
Discover how women face limited representation and participation in decision-making spaces in West Africa.
FACT N°4 – Women and girls face the food crisis
Discover how women and girls face the food crisis in west Africa.
FACT n°3 – Women and girls face an increase in their vulnerability and gender based violence
Discover the reality of women and girls face an increase in their vulnerability and gender-based violence in West Africa.
FACT N°2 – Women and girls face a limited access to social services
Discover how women and girls face a limited access to social services in West Africa.
West African women facing the Covid: 7 facts & solutions
West African women facing the Covid-19: discover 7 facts & solutions
A women on the move. Credit: Pablo Tosco / Oxfam
Human mobility and resilience in the Sahel, challenges and opportunities.
Marina Moulou-Gnatho is a peace activist in CAR
Marina Moulou-Gnatho, a peace activist in CAR, speaks about the importance of laying down arms and including women in the peace process in CAR.
The Day We Will Dance illustrated by Sophie Le Hire
Meet these strong Sahelian and Central African women who, despite the difficulties, still have the power to imagine the day they will dance.

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