Sub-Saharan Africa

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# Item Title
1 Something to Celebrate
2 Re-energized by Transnational Feminist Exchanges
3 Women Donors Network Learning Circle
4 Rebuilding Humanity, Social Fabrics and Movements in Post-Conflict Settings: Reflections from Liberia and Sierra Leone
5 Uninspired Leadership and Undignified Citizenship —Uganda & Congo (DR)
6 United Nations' International Day of Disabled Persons
7 Seeds of Change: Food Security in Sub-Saharan Africa
8 Girls Hold the Solutions
9 Girls in Malawi Will Marry When They Want
10 Behind Our Voices
11 Uninspired Leadership, Undignified Citizenship
12 What It Takes to End FGM
13 Women's Safety A Concern For Zimbabwe Elections
14 Global Fund for Women's Position on Trafficking and Sex Work
15 Impact Report: Democratic Republic of Congo
16 Global Fund for Women Challenges Militarism
17 Board Member Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka appointed UN Women Executive Director
18 For Women, UN Arms Trade Treaty is Just the Beginning
19 Seeds of Change: Food Security in Sub-Saharan Africa
20 What the World Must Know About the Congo
21 Sub-Saharan Africa: Ensuring Accountability
22 Now or Never Fund: Philanthropy Rising to the Challenge
23 African Feminist Forum
24 Hillary’s Legacy: Women and Girls Take A Front Seat
25 Why Dr. Mukwege is Vital to the Women's Rights Movement
26 Save Somali Women and Children (SSWC) | Kenya & Somalia
27 Triple Tragedy for Women Victims of Rape and Sexual Violence in Eastern DRC
28 Meet the Now Generation
29 Young Women at AWID: Sowing a Multi-Generational Movement
30 My Only Clan is Womanhood
31 Hope Chigudu Reflects on the Women's Movement
32 Your Signature Delivered to the UN
33 Kenyan Women Resist Post-Election Violence
34 And Still We Rise: Stories from our Annual Report
35 Bike for Women’s Rights: Catherine Hardee
36 10 Favorite Quotes for International Women's Day
37 Tostan Wins The Hilton Humanitarian Prize
38 Another World is On Her Way
39 End Sexual Violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo
40 Looking to a Weapon-Free Future
41 900 Girls in Zimbabwe Speak Out
42 Ugandan Women Light Torch for Peace
43 Meet the Now Generation
44 Changing Spaces: Civic Leadership
45 Women in the House!
46 Our Bodies, Our Choices: Funding Reproductive Rights Globally
47 The State of Old Women
48 Funding a Global Movement to End Violence Against Women
49 Funding a Women’s Movement Against Sexual Violence in the Congo
50 Thanks to the Girl Child Network, I Head to Oxford University: A Letter From Zimbabwe
51 Grantee Murdered in South Africa
52 The Role Model
53 The IMF: Violating Women since 1945
54 Celebrating the Life of Wangari Maathai
55 Militarism, Conflict and Women’s Activism
56 Time to Put an End to Sexual Violence
57 Citizens Anew and Grantees Too
58 Twenty Years of Investing in Women | Video
59 Where the Water Meets the Sky: Film and Panel Focus On Women’s Education And Activism in Zambia
60 It's Time To Speak
61 Zimbabwean Grantee Sends Open Letter To Robert Mugabe
62 Now or Never Fund Update
63 Mauritanian Grantee Condemns Military Coup
64 Stepping Toward a Brighter Future in Sierra Leone
65 Pondering Her Power
66 Real Results for Girls
67 Zimbabwe Poised to Enact Women's Bill: Historic Demand for Women's Leadership
68 Feminist Magazine on Air
69 Simple Tools, Big Impact
70 Expanding Minority Rights for Majorities in Uganda: I Ask for More
71 Empowering Communities for Better Maternal Health
72 Warm Post Election Greetings from the Global Fund for Women!
73 Girl Child Network Vows to Fight Rapists
74 Women's Leadership: Abantu For Development
75 Global Fund At The AWID Forum 2008: Some Reflections
76 Kenyan Women Resist Post-Election Violence
77 Sustainable Social Change: Our Commitment to the Women’s Movement
78 Grantee Wins World's Children's Prize
79 Working for Young Women’s Health and Empowerment in Sudan
80 Biking for Women's Rights: Donor Catherine Hardee
81 Inspiration From Dakar: Notes on the African Feminist Forum
82 16 Days Campaign Spotlight: Ekasi Women’s Arts Ensemble, South Africa
83 From Kawangware to Xi’an: Reflections On World AIDS Day
84 The Gambia Committee on Traditional Practices Affecting the Health of Women and Children
85 Join us for Voice, Power and Soul: Portraits of African Feminists
86 Muadi Mukenge on KPFA
87 Amina Mama on Women's Activism in Post-Conflicts
88 Victory for Zimbabwean Women
89 Global Fund for Women Awards $2 million to 138 International Grassroots Women's Rights Organizations
90 Another World is Possible — Notes from the World Social Forum
91 Letter from Tanzania
92 Liberian Grantee Leader Leymah Gbowee Wins JFK Profile in Courage Award
93 Tumaini Shines in the New Year
94 Visiting Project Baobob
95 The Sound of Singing
96 At the World Social Forum
97 African Women Have a Lot to Tell Hillary Clinton
98 It's All About Water
99 Violence Against Kenyan Women
100 AIDS in Kenya
101 GFW Grantee Leymah Gbowee on the Colbert Report
102 Global Fund Voices on Three Radio Shows on Pacifica Airwaves
103 Obama Visits Ghana: An Opportunity to Join Hands for Women’s Rights
104 Where No Funders Go: $1.5 Million for Women's Human Rights
105 Global Fund for Women Awards $1.89 million to Women’s Groups in 67 Countries
106 Muadi Mukenge Featured on Al Jazeera: The Rape Epidemic in the Congo
107 Mary Robinson to be Awarded Presidential Medal of Freedom
108 GFW Awards $1.6 Million to Women’s Groups in 58 Countries
109 GFW Awards $1.48 Million to Women's Groups
110 Global Fund for Women Awards $1.8 Million to Women's Groups
111 Muadi Mukenge on KPFA Radio's Morning Show on Sexual Violence in the Congo
112 CNN "Heroes" Honors GFW Grantee Betty Makoni
113 Dear Mr. President, Change At the IMF Overdue: An Open Letter By Muadi Mukenge
114 Huffington Post: Open Letter to President Obama By Eve Ensler, Kavita Ramdas, Zainab Salbi
115 SF Chronicle Op-Ed on the Global Gag Rule by GFW Vice President Shalini Nataraj
116 December Grant Cycle: Over $1.6 million Awarded To Groups in 55 Countries
117 Global Fund for Women Awards Over $1.7 Million To 121 Groups In 60 Countries
118 $2 Million Awarded in Grants
119 Global Fund for Women Announces Largest Endowment Ever for Women Around the World
 

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