Daisy Namakula Nakato

Daisy Namakula Nakato

I live in Uganda where I work for Women’s Organisation Network for Human Rights Advocacy (WONETHA) as a Sex Worker Advocacy and Media coordinator. I am responsible for reaching out to stake holders, law makers and the media to advocate for sex workers’ human and health rights to ensure that the sex workers have access […]


Sarah Nakame

Sarah Nakame

I work with Mentoring and Empowerment Programme for Young Women (MEMPROW) where I am in charge of the Research, Communication and Advocacy programme. I am a feminist because I love to see women rise to their potential through empowerment and leadership forums. The reason I chose to work with MEMPROW was because of my passion […]


Patricia Munabi

Patricia Munabi

I live and work in Uganda for a women’s rights organisation, Forum for Women in Democracy (FOWODE). I am the Executive Director and I oversee the overall programmatic area of work (including monitoring and evaluation), as well as contributing to the strategic thinking, fundraising and financial management and oversight for the organisation. Additionally, I do […]


Françoise Mukuku

Françoise Mukuku

I stay in Kinshasa, capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo. I am the national coordinator of a young feminist group called Si Jeunesse Savait (If the Youth Knew) that I initiated with some friends in 2001. I have worked as a journalist both the radio and electronic media for 8 years. Currently, I work […]


Janine Moolman

Janine Moolman

I live in Johannesburg, South Africa, while I work internationally in Africa, Asia and Latin America. I coordinate a global project on violence against women and information and communications technologies. This involves managing research, policy advocacy, training and capacity building and providing guidance and supervision to country coordinators. I also train women and communities in […]


Olutoyin Mejiuni

Olutoyin Mejiuni

I live in Ibadan in south-western Nigeria, and work in Ile-Ife as a university lecturer. I am an Associate Professor in Adult Education. I teach, conduct research and do community service or social change work. My research and publications focus on the political dimensions of adult education, women’s learning, and the concerns of women in […]


Stéphanie Mbanzendore

St+¬phanie-Mbanzendore

For the past 14 years I’ve lived in Rotterdam in Holland. I was born in Burundi where I grew up, studied and worked. I am currently the founder and President of Burundian Women for Peace and Development. Its main objectives include promoting peace and security, women’s political participation and HIV prevention. We have implemented many […]


Isabella Matambanadzo

Isabella Matambanadzo

I am a daughter of the African soil. My home is Zimbabwe. I live with my mother who is in her 60s. It is one of the daily delights of my present life to be able to enjoy a very close and loving relationship with my mother and to harmoniously share a home with her. […]


Mansa Ayisi-Okyere

Mansa Ayisi-Okyere

I live and work in Accra, Ghana as a professional events manager. In my line of work, my main responsibilities lie with planning and overseeing all aspects of an event from the conception stages to completion. I handle all types of events from corporate events to social events. It’s a highly pressured job that requires […]


Revai Makanje-Aalbaek

Revai-Makanje-Aalbaek

I am a Zimbabwean feminist currently living in South Africa. I call myself a feminist because I believe in the equality of all humans and especially equality of the sexes. I have devoted most of my professional and personal life to the fight against the oppression of women. The main way to achieve the liberation […]