FEMNET

For Support Of A Gender Lens To Macroeconomic Policy At The Local And Regional Level In Africa

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The African Women’s Development and Communication Network (FEMNET) is a Pan-African feminist membership network established in 1988 that seeks to inform and mobilize women and girls to participate and influence policies and processes that affect their lives. This grant will support FEMNET to strengthen the capacities of women’s rights activists in Africa to use a feminist analysis to challenge current economic models; develop gendered data and evidence on the impact of macro level economic models on women’s rights; bring an African feminist economic perspective to mainstream economics decision making fora; and build and strengthen a network of feminist activists and economists.
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www.femnet.org 
Address
P.O Box 54562 Upper Hill, Behind KUSCCO Centre-Kilimanjaro Avenue, Off Mara Road
Nairobi, Kenya
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for support of a gender lens to macroeconomic policy at the local and regional level in Africa  
The African Women’s Development and Communication Network (FEMNET) is a Pan-African feminist membership network established in 1988 that seeks to inform and mobilize women and girls to participate and influence policies and processes that affect their lives. This grant will support FEMNET to strengthen the capacities of women’s rights activists in Africa to use a feminist analysis to challenge current economic models; develop gendered data and evidence on the impact of macro level economic models on women’s rights; bring an African feminist economic perspective to mainstream economics decision making fora; and build and strengthen a network of feminist activists and economists.

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