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WOMEN IN LAW AND DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA

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Women in Law and Development in Africa, or WiLDAF is a pan African network women's rights-based non- governmental, non-profit organization dedicated to promoting and strengthening strategies that link law and development to increase women's participation and influence at the local, national and international levels. Since its establishment in 1993, the organization has successfully sensitized women on their legal rights through numerous legal awareness campaigns. It has also been able to influence society greatly towards a positive re-orientation of cultural practices, customs and policies which hither to, hindered the advancement of women. WiLDAF is one of the three women's rights organizations established after the Latin America and Asia Pacific branches in 1990, with the mission of using law as a tool for development. The secretariat was based in Harare, Zimbabwe until it was moved to Lusaka, Zambia in 2009. The West African Subregional office is in Togo with a National office in Accra, Ghana.

Women in Law and Development in Africa est dédié à promouvoir et à renforcer les stratégies qui lient le droit au développement afin d’accroître la participation et l’influence des femmes à tous les niveaux pour l’émergence d’une culture d’exercice et de respect des droits des femmes en Afrique. Voir http://www.wildaf-ao.org
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P.O. Box LG488, Legon, Accra, ,
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233 302 768349
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