WILDAF Zambia

Women in Law and Development in Africa

Women in Law and Development in Africa (WiLDAF) is a Pan African Non-Governmental and non-profit making network organization working in Zambia as a registered society under the Societies Act (Chapter 119 of the laws of Zambia). Established in 1998, WiLDAF Zambia brings together organizations and individuals who use the law to promote a culture for the exercise of, and respect for women’s rights in Africa. The Zambian chapter, like the others is a network grouping with 46 network members comprising women CBOs and NGOs across Zambia. WiLDAF Zambia is structured on well-defined vision and mission as follows:….View more details

Welcome to Women in Law and Development in Africa (WiLDAF)

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WiLDAF is a non-partisan, non-governmental and non-profit making network which brings together organisations and individuals who use the law to promote culture for the exercise of, and respect of women’s and children’s rights in 26 countries in Africa. WiLDAF Zambia, established in 1993, has committed to the effort of promoting women’s and children’s rights through advocacy for legal and policy reform, capacity building for member organisations on human rights, gender and laws, community mobilisation for behaviour changes and impacts, and provision of legal advices for women and children, but not to the exclusion of men.

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