The National Authority for the Campaign Against Alcohol and Drug Abuse (NACADA), Kenya, was established by an Act of Parliament on 24th July, 2012.
The Authority’s main focus is on demand reduction, which involves providing preventive education, public awareness, life skills, treatment, rehabilitation and psycho-social support to the general public. It also contributes towards supply suppression through policy formulation and capacity building.
Kanifing Municipal Youth Committee is a regional youth committee established by an act of parliament responsible of coordinating, controlling and monitoring the activities. It has over 20 other local youth organisations registered under them.
African Youth and Adolescents Network aims to increase meaningful youth participation in Africa’s development. AfriYAN sets as a mission to gather all the development national Networks.
The main mission of the Network is the work through its members to create an enabling environment for the promotion of an effective participation of adolescents and youth in the fight against HIV/AIDS, poverty, unemployment, gender related inequalities and iniquities, and for the promotion of sexual and reproductive health. Promote End FGM in Senegal is one of the highest priority network of girls and it participates in the Senegalese government and UNFPA-UNICEF joint programme to end FGM.
Diversity Lewes is a Sussex based community interest group that advises Sussex police on various issues around diversity. We have been approached to assist the Gatwick Airport team and other migration points in and around the South East on Female Genital Mutilation and we would like to collaborate in various levels and exchange ideas and resources.
African Women of Substance (AWOS) is a registered charity based in Wolverhampton which supports, provides services, develops programmes, empowers and advocates for African women and children. The main aim of AWOS is to facilitate the integration of women into the community whilst empowering them to reach and achieve their full potential. AWOS adopted a holistic (One Stop Shop) approach for the delivery of a range of services aimed specifically but not exclusively at African women. The project is targeted at “hard to reach,” disadvantaged women, inspiring, encouraging and motivating them to overcome barriers to improve the quality of their lives and transform their lives. The work of AWOS reflects their understanding of not only the poverty and injustice that many women experience, but also the inherent inequalities that they face. AWOS takes pride in bringing African Women together to share, empower, inspire, motivate and achieve.