African Indigenous Women Organization

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The African Indigenous Women’s Organization is a continental-wide NGO, whose members are composed of African Indigenous Women representing NGOs and CBOs from all over the continent. We work towards the promotion of women’s rights and indigenous rights throughout Africa.

Samburu Indigenous Women

About US

The African Indigenous Women’s Organization is a continental-wide NGO, whose members are composed of African Indigenous Women representing NGOs and CBOs from all over the continent. We work towards the promotion of women’s rights and indigenous rights throughout Africa.African Indigenous Women’s Organization (AIWO) was formed on 24th April, 1998, in Agadir, Morrocco. This was after the first African Indigenous Conference held on 20th to 24th the same year. The conference was initiated by Netherlands Center for Indigenous Peoples and hosted by Tamaynut of Morocco. The Theme of the conference was to “Clarify the role of the Indigenous Women as supporters of the Community and strengthen the Indigenous Cultures’ chances for persistence”.

Our Activities

AIWO works directly with indigenous groups from rural areas to address issues in the following areas:

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Our Major Programs

Our Vision

Betterment of African Indigenous Women and minority people’s livelihood

Our Mission

Strengthen the capacity of African Indigenous Women through participation,economic empowerment and protection of their rights

African Indigenous Women Organization training the Indigenous peoples(Tuaregs)From Mali .Click the video for more.