Africa Women Conference

The AWC provides a platform for African women from the formal and non-formal sectors of the economy to deliberate on and adopt action plans that will


About AWC.

The annual AWC is designed to be one of the most important annual gatherings of experts, institutions, corporate organizations and individuals promoting the growth, stability and development of African women. The aim of this conference is to set agendas and viable options through which stake holders in the African polity can channel the various resources available to African women towards the sustainable development of the continent.

Our Mission

To be the platform through which women of African descent can come together to develop Afrocentric solutions to Africa's challenges

Our Vission

To build and promote result oriented partnerships for the attainment of the Sustainable Development Goals across Africa by bringing individuals, organizations and institutions together to synergies on workable solutions for Africa's problems

AWC Events.

AWC Addis Ababa

Theme: Reviewing the Economic, Social and Political Inclusion of Women and Girls in Africa's Development Agenda

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AWC Gambia 2022

Theme: Accelerating Women's Economic Empowerment and Gender Inclusion through the Media, ICT and Entertainment Industries.

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AWC Rwanda 2021

Theme: Women's Participation in Building an Inclusive and Sustainable Post - Covid Economy

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AWC Virtual 2020

Theme: Prospects and Opportunities for Rural African Women in the Agricultural Food Chain

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AWC Morocco 2019

Theme: Building a Coalition to End Gender Inequality in Africa

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AWC Namibia 2018

Theme: Women Empowerment and Development: A Collective Burden

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AWC New York 2018

Theme: Repositioning Africa: Role of Women in Sustainable Development

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AWC Next.

AWC-Next operates under the same frame work as AWC but is being tailored for the younger generation vis á vis; Students, Youth Leaders, Emerging Industry Professionals and even the Girl Child in the Grassroots of Africa.