Southern Africa partners
We work with a number of partner organizations in Southern Africa. They are:
- Sister Namibia
Dedicated to developing a new feminist politics and consciousness in Namibia.
- Agenda Feminist Media
Committed to giving women a forum, a voice and skills to articulate their needs and interests to transform unequal gender relations.
- The Nisaa Institute for Women’s Development
Promotes women’s and children’s rights through counseling, shelter services, awareness, training and partnerships.
- The Rape Crisis Cape Town Trust
Has a vision of a South African criminal justice system that supports and empowers rape survivors in all of its interventions.
- Khanya College
Assists working class and poor communities to respond to the challenges of globalization.
- Women on Farms Project
Strengthens the capacity of women who live and work on farms to claim their rights and fulfill their needs.
- Forum Mulher
Promotes equality, justice and greater power for women in Mozambique.
- Women and Law in Southern Africa Research and Education Trust
Works to improve the socio – economic, political and legal advancement of women through action research.
- The Matabeleland AIDS Council
Builds the capacities of communities in Matebeland, Zimbabwe to respond to the impact of HIV & AIDS.
- The Musasa Project
Works to empower women through constitutional reform in Zimbabwe.
- Southern Africa HIV/AIDS Information Dissemination Service
Promotes effective and ethical development responses to sexual reproductive health and Rights, HIV and TB through advocacy, communication and social mobilisation.
- The Triangle Project
Works to eradicate discrimination against and within the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex community.
- Justice and Women
Educates communities about women’s rights and helps to improve women’s access to justice relating to rape, domestic violence, child maintenance and civil matters.
- Sex Workers Education and Advocacy Taskforce
Seeks to decrease the incidence of HIV infection and STDs among sex workers in Cape Town through advocacy, education, counseling and support.
- Sexual Rights Centre
Seeks to advance the sexual rights of vulnerable and marginalized women, children and men in Zimbabwe.
Facilitates the empowerment of women in the anti-privatization forum and other social movements.