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  • Sensitisation Workshop for Kampala Women Traders 22nd May 2014
  • Sensitisation Workshop for Kampala Women Traders 22nd May 2014
  • Sensitisation Workshop for Kampala Women Traders 22nd May 2014
  • Sensitisation Workshop for Kampala Women Traders 22nd May 2014
  • Sensitisation Workshop for Kampala Women Traders 22nd May 2014
  • Sensitisation Workshop for Kampala Women Traders 22nd May 2014
  • Sensitisation Workshop for Kampala Women Traders 22nd May 2014
  • Sensitisation Workshop for Kampala Women Traders 22nd May 2014
  • Sensitisation Workshop for Kampala Women Traders 22nd May 2014
  • Sensitization workshop for Masaka  business women at St. Jude Busense 25th May 2014
  •  Sensitization workshop for Masaka  business women at St. Jude Busense 25th May 2014
  •  Sensitization workshop for Masaka  business women at St. Jude Busense 25th May 2014
  •  Sensitization workshop for Masaka  business women at St. Jude Busense 25th May 2014
  •  Sensitization workshop for Masaka  business women at St. Jude Busense 25th May 2014
  • Sensitization workshop for Masaka  business women at St. Jude Busense 25th May 2014

Welcome to AWEPON

The African Women's Economic Policy Network (AWEPON) is a Pan-African, faith based Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) legally registered in Uganda with an active membership in 20 countries across Africa. AWEPON owes its origin to the All Africa Conference of Churches (AACC) Women's Desk that initiated faith-based consultations on the impact of economic policies on women.

Its formation also has roots in the October 1993 meeting where 11 representatives of African Women's Organizations that worked on gender issues as they related to economic policy met in Washington D.C to bring together their diverse experiences and strategies on how women could play a direct and pro-active role in increasing awareness among policy makers on the effects of their decisions on women. The fruits of this meeting were to be consequently realized with the AWEPON formation. More..

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AWEPON membership is drawn from those who subscribe to the organization's vision and mission. Awepon has a vast number of members. The current AWEPON membership comprises of 150 members from different regions in Africa and abroad.  BECOME MEMBER TODAY

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