About AWLN

The African Women Leaders Network for Reproductive Health and Family Planning (AWLN) is a collective voice of 35 African women leaders from 15 African countries. AWLN supports the efforts of African women to improve reproductive health and access to comprehensive family   

Our Objectives

AWLN's key goal is to strengthen global advocacy efforts for reproductive health and family planning by bringing to the foreground the voices and perspectives of African women. This is to ensure that the needs, experiences and aspirations of African women are addressed in   

Our Principles

AWLN's recognized access to comprehensive family planning and reproductive health as fundamental human rights. The network believes that African women are key to addressing the multiple crises of high maternal mortality, infant morbidity and low life expectancy on the   

Posted on: 04 March 2015 by in AWLN Blog

  AWLN Uganda members Dr.HildaTadria and Maria Nassali at their advocacy meeting Reproductive health and family planning services are the right of ... 

Posted on: 27 February 2015 by in AWLN Blog, Uncategorized

AWLN member Dr. Hanuni Sogora at Zanzibar's Central Medical Stores Central Medical Stores in Zanzibar reduces errors in forecasting Family Planning ... 

Posted on: 05 February 2015 by in AWLN Blog

Prudence Mabele joins UN Women CSAG AWLN member Prudence Mabele celebrates yet another achievement as she is nominated to serve on UN women’s Civil ... 

Posted on: 26 January 2015 by in AWLN Blog

AWLN member Nyaradzayi Gumbodzvanda has begun the year with heightened efforts to speak out for the rights of those she values most-young African ... 

Posted on: 01 December 2014 by in AWLN Blog

World AIDS Day is held on 1 December each year and is an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV, show their support for people ...