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Our Current Members

AWID members come from 156 countries and are researchers, academics, students, educators, activists, business people, policy-makers, development practitioners, funders, and more.

Institutional Member: Foundation SOIF

Fondation SOIF

The Fondation Soutien aux Orphelins et appui aux Initiatives Féminines (SOIF - Support to Orphans and Women's Initiatives) is a nonprofit organization that's been working in Togo since 2003 in rural and semi-urban areas in four of the five administrative regions of the country. SOIF's mission is to improve the living conditions of orphans, destitute children, and struggling women in Togo. The organization seeks to contribute to the development of children and to the reduction of economic and social disparities preventing the integration of disadvantaged people. SOIF's actions are designed to empower women, strengthen their capacity to manage their income-generating activities, raising awareness and providing training on topics such as violence, inheritance and claim mechanisms, education and early marriage of young girls. To learn more about SOIF, please visit their website, Facebook page and follow them on Twitter @FondationSoif.

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Individual Member: Tafadzwa Muropa

Tafadzwa Muropa

Tafadzwa is from Zimbabwe. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economic History and Philosophy from the University of Zimbabwe, a postgraduate certificate in Policy Analysis and Advocacy, and is enrolled in a Master’s degree in Public Policy and Governance at Africa University. Tafadzwa has 10 years of experience in the non-profit sector; she worked with local communities in the fields of governance, gender and development, and was a capacity building and advocacy advisor with Progressio. With the Zimbabwe Coalition on Debt and Development (ZIMCODD) she engaged on issues concerning economic justice and was active in national networks, such as the Women’s Coalition of Zimbabwe (WCoZ), with regards to work on gender and women’s rights. In the field of Gender, HIV and AIDS Tafadzwa worked with ActionAid and WeEffect, and has also participated in the Development Effectiveness and the Pan African Consultative Processes on the post-2015 agenda. She is an active member of WCoZ, the Federation of African Media Women in Zimbabwe (FAMWZ) and ZIMCODD.

To connect with Tafadzwa, please email membership@awid.org

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Testimonials

Forum 2008 Speakerphone

“I always look forward to hearing from you and you keep me going even when things are difficult. Thanks!" – AWID Individual Member, Zimbabwe

“Many thanks for this wonderful offer. I look forward to “life as an AWID member“  which I am sure will enrich our organisation and those with whom we cooperate. And at the same time I am sure that in turn we will also be able to offer something new to the network.” – AWID Member, Croatia

“Keep up the good work!” – AWID Member, The Netherlands

“Thank you for accepting me as a member and together we will work towards a world where men and women enjoy their rights without discrimination.” – AWID Member, DRC

“Thank you for all the good things you all do.” – AWID Member, USA

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AWID 2012 Annual Report

Key highlights of AWID's work carried out during 2012

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