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Women Refugees: Our Journey Into the Unknown…

March is declared as women’s month and women’s achievements and contributions to history and society are celebrated worldwide. This year MEWC is dedicating the month for women refugees, and creating a space for them to share their stories. Our aim with this project is to showcase the resilience ...

Women Refugees: Our Journey Into the Unknown…

March is declared as women’s month and women’s achievements and contributions to history and society are celebrated worldwide. This year MEWC is dedicating the month for women refugees, and creating a space for them to share their stories. Our aim with this project is to showcase the resilience ...

MARCH 8th 2017 INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY:

March is declared as women’s month and women’s achievements and contributions to history and society are celebrated worldwide. Make Every Woman Count (MEWC) as an African woman-led organisation, which serves as a mobilising, networking, information, advocacy and training platform for African women, ...

MARCH 2017: WOMEN’S MONTH CELEBRATION

"Women Refugees: Our Journey Into the Unknown...” March is declared as women’s month and women’s achievements and contributions to history and society are celebrated worldwide. Make Every Woman Count (MEWC) as an African woman-led organisation, which serves as a mobilising, networking, ...

Melanin

There’s always something about women like me. Women with skin. I am covered in the glory of being black and beautiful. Black Girls glisten of melanin because God made the edges black and the curves bold. The sun sings symphonies to our skin because we are the epitome of Greek Goddesses. We have ...

MEMOIR OF ASIBI – ESCAPING EARLY CHILD MARRIAGE

By:  Araba Patricia Annan (Guest Blogger) While they design rough and ready buildings for our desired education, they craft our undesired marriage. Indeed, while they plan for us to go to school, they arrange for our marriage as well. Truly, I have fallen ‘madly’ in love with school; but yet, ...

FGM and Cosmetic Genital Surgery: The Two Faces of the Same Misogynist Coin

Mayar Mohamed Mousa was only 17, and she probably died because of a blood clotting after she underwent a medical operation. But Mousa didn’t need that surgery because she had nothing wrong. The operation she underwent was not a medical treatment, it was FGM/C; according to the definition of WHO, the ...