AMWA

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AMWAAmerican Medical Women's Association
AMWAAmerican Medical Writers Association (since 1940; Rockville, Maryland)
AMWAAkina Mama wa Afrika (Swahili: Solidarity among African Women)
AMWAAssociation of Metropolitan Water Agencies
AMWAAdvanced Media Workflow Association (formerly Advanced Authority Format Association)
AMWAAmerican Metropolitan Water Association
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Her contributions to motherhood won't be complete if I fail to mention that she served as the Director of Akina Mama wa Afrika (AMwA), an international development organisation for African women based in London, UK, from 1991-2001 as well as Executive Director of the African Women's Development Fund, (AWDF) - the first Africa-wide grant-making fund, which supports the work of organizations promoting women's rights in Africa, from 2001-2010.
Norah is an alumni of the African Women Leadership Institute (AWLI), a program of Akina Mama wa Afrika.
These are: African Women's Development and Communication Network (FEMNET), Articulation Feminista Marcosur (AFM), Akina Mama wa Afrika (AmWA), Latin American and Caribbean Committee for the Defense of Women's Rights (CLADEM), Development Alternative For Women in A New Era (DAWN), INFORM, Isis International Manila; National Network of Autonomous Women's Groups, India; Red Latinoamericana y Caribena de Jovenes por los Derechos Sexuales y Reproducivos (REDLAC), Red de Educacion Popular entre Mujeres de America Latin y el Caribe (REPEM), Women in Development Europe (WIDE) and Women Living under Muslim Laws (WLUML).
Sarah Mukasa is the UK Programmes Manager for Akina Mama wa Afrika, Conference Mondiale Contre le Racisme, la Discrimination Raciale, la Xenophobie et I'Intolerance (CMCR); Quels gains pour les Femmes Africaines?
Sarah Mukasa est Directrice des Programmes de Akina Mama wa Afrika du ROYAUME-UNI, une ONG chargee du developpement des femmes Africaines en Europe et en Afrique.
(2) Les membres du Mouvement SOAWR sent:- African Centre for Democracy and Human Rights (ACDHRS), te Reseau de Developpement et de Communication des Femmes Africaines (FEMNET), Akina Mama wa Afrika (AMWA), Association des Juristes Maliennes (AJM), Cellule de Coordination sur les pratiques sexuelles affectant la Sante des Femmes et des Enfants (CPTAFE), Coalition On Violence Against Women (COVAW), Foundation for Community Development (FDC), FAHAMU, Equality Now, Inter-African Network fret women, Media, Gender and Development(FAMEDEV), OXFAM GB, Sister Namibia, women's Rights Advancement and Protection Alternative (WRAPA), women in Law and Ldevelopmeat in Africa (WiLDAF), Union Nationale des Femmes Djiboutiennes (UNFD), Voix des Femmes, University of Pretoria, Centre for Human Rights.
Sur la base de ces principes, des reseaux pan-africains tels que Abantu for Development, African Centre for Constructive Resolution of Disputes (ACCORD), African Centre for Democracy and Human Rights Studies (ACDHRS), African Leadership Forum (ALF), Akina Mama wa Afrika, Equality Now, Federation of African Women in Education (FAWE), Femme Afrique Solidarite (FAS), Forum for Community Development (FDC), Women in Law and Development in Africa (WiLDAF) et le Reseau de developpement et de Communication des Femmes Africaines (FEMNET) s'emploient a militer aupres des etats membres pour recentrer le genre dans toutes les structures de I'UA.