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Abantu Rowa
ABANTU for Development is a registered non-governmental organisation, established in October 1991.
It is an NGO in Special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) of the United Nations.
Our Mission & Purpose
ABANTU exists to strengthen the capacity of women to participate in decision-making at all levels, to influence policies
from a gender perspective and to address inequalities and injustices in social relations.
Who We Are
We seek to achieve this through, advocacy, training, research institutional
development and networking with other organisations committed to the same principles.
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ABANTU - Be the Change you Want!

Abantu Thematic Areas

Gender & Climate Change

Abantu takes a look at gender & climate issues affecting the globe

Gender & Governance

Gender and Governmental policies abantu seeks to influence to promote development

Gender & Peace Building

Peace building policies Abantu seeks to influence to promote development

What is ABANTU

ABANTU exists to strengthen the capacity of women to participate in decision-making at all levels, to influence policies from a gender perspective and to address inequalities and injustices in social relations.

We seek to achieve this through, advocacy, training, research institutional development and networking with other organisations committed to the same principles. ABANTU is currently focusing on the following key areas of development as contained in the 12 Critical Areas of Concern in the Beijing Platform for Action, and echoed in The Women’s Manifesto for Ghana: governance, climate change and peace-building. We produce an informative quarterly magazine that focuses on the gender implications of policies: ABANTU NEWS. The magazine is distributed to NGOs, members of parliament, funding and development partners and individuals.

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We seek to achieve this through, advocacy, training, research institutional development and networking with other organisations committed to the same principles.

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