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MUSONET Network is a grassroots organization made up of 33 Associations and NGOs as well as 77 individual members who reach out to grassroots women through its member organizations. It works in the sharing of information, experiences, ideas and strategies with Malian women's organizations through communication, advocacy, training and awareness raising, with the aim of promoting the empowerment of women. gender equality and other human rights for women around the world, in Africa and in Mali. MUSONET was set up on March 27, 2004 during a Constitutive General Assembly. At its February 2014 General Assembly, it changed its name by adopting the Malian Women's Development and Communication Network. MUSONET focal point of FEMNET Regional and presenting FEMNET in Mali
Network for Women’s Rights in Ghana (NETRIGHT) is a network of civil society organizations (CSOs) and individuals who have a clear interest in working together to bring a gender perspective to national processes and advocate for policy change. NETRIGHT draws attention to violations of women’s rights and campaigns for changes to achieve women’s equality. The network also creates space for debate and clearer articulation of different positions within the women’s movement in Ghana. NETRIGHT focuses on three (3) core areas namely economic justice, movement building and natural resources. To ensure inclusiveness, NETRIGHT provides a national advocacy platform for CSOs around national and international processes and educates the public about gender equality and women’s rights issues. A cardinal principle of NETRIGHT is to avoid duplication or competition with its members but rather support their interventions.
The Beyond Beijing Committee (BBC) was formed as a loose network soon after the UN Fourth World conference on Women at Beijing, September 1995, registered as the network NGO organization in 1998. The Committee was formed to create a platform and to mainstream rural and marginalized voice at the national and international levels. However, it soon grew into an independent organization and a national coalition of leading women's rights and gender-justice organizations working to advance the status of women in Nepal. Monitoring the Beijing Platform for Action (BPFA), this committee lobbies from the district level to the national and international level in consultation with members, affiliates, and other relevant organizations.
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was set up in 1994. The Forum of women’s NGOs of Kyrgyzstan was created to provide assistance to women’s NGOs via development of a network as well as opportunities for mutual cooperation. On the 4th April 1996 the Forum was registered in the Ministry of Justice as a non-profit non-governmental organization of the republican level. It was re-registered on 10th October 2005 (required according to the new law on civil society organizations) in the Ministry of Justice of the Kyrgyz Republic.
In 2005 FWNGO was given a special consultative status with UN ECOSOC.
was established in 2004, driven by a group of feminist women, professionals and human rights defenders, in order to create a space for action, reflection and impact on the country's institutional development in order to contribute to the deepening of democracy and the inclusion of women.
is a network made up of 21 non-governmental organizations with nationwide coverage, which since 1984, generates processes of inter-learning, research and communication, aimed at developing strategies of political advocacy, to promote actions of public mobilization, social control , enforceability and justiciability that influence a change in the living conditions of women, in the exercise of their rights and in the generation of proposals that affect the regulatory framework and public policies.
Cordobesas a group of women created the Center for Studies and Research on Women (CISM) on January 2, 1998, with the aim of developing research and activities on gender issues that contribute to the Gender Equality.
is an Egyptian feminist non- governmental organization .
NWF envisions a world free from all sorts of discrimination against human beings, women in general and the most marginalized categories in particular with specific focus on their economic and social rights.
The Pacific Foundation For the Advancement Of Women (PACFAW)
was formally established in Tonga December, 2000 by the National Councils Of Women in the Cook Islands, Kiribati, Papua New Guinea, the Solomons, the Federated States of Micronesia, Tonga, and Tuvalu. PACFAW has played an important role in advocacy and coordination of activities for the advancement of women in the Pacific. PACFAW is funded by the European Union and a Germany-based NGO, Bread for the World.