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Pan-African Group Launches First Strategic Plan


(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – A frontline Pan-African feminist group, Nala Feminist Collective (Nalafem) will on Monday launch its first Five Year Strategy.

Nalafem is a front of feminist leaders with a mission to Foster, Embolden and Mobilize (FEM) women and girls from Africa and the Diaspora for transformative feminist change.

The group uses multi-track diplomacy and advocacy to bridge the gaps between policy and implementation is guided by the Africa Young Women Beijing+25 Manifesto.

The document will be a blueprint for Nalafem’s priorities for 2023-2027. After its official launch at the Generation Equality Forum on 1st July 2021, the organisation underwent a rigorous process of analyzing the challenges African women and girls face today, undertaking in-country advocacy missions across the continent, listening in multigenerational spaces and interrogating how the organisation can make a difference.



The launch strategy event will be online and will have a plenary session of high level speakers of Nalafem’s partners, collaborators and council members to highlight their shared vision and commitments towards advancing African girls and women’s rights, and achieving gender justice.

Nalafem Founder and Chair, Aya Chebbi said the strategy will anchor our resolve to create the most impact as a collective through three strategic goals of accountability, politics and socio-economic powers.

“This will bolster our work for the next five years as we build a multigenerational alliance of African women and girls”, he said.


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