Akina Dada wa Africa

Akina Dada wa Africa, or AkiDwA for short, is a national network of migrant women living in Ireland. Akina Dada wa Africa means sisterhood in Swahili. Over two decades, AkiDwA has gained recognition as a leading NGO highlighting the issues faced by migrant women in Ireland. 

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Latest News

Volunteering Opportunities: Two Internships with AkiDwA

December 16, 2020

AkiDwA, the Migrant Women’s Network Ireland is seeking two volunteers for the roles of Policy Intern and Communications Intern.  Established…

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Video: Conference – Gender-Based Violence: Migrant Women’s Perspective

November 27, 2020

  AkiDwA Research presented by Sharon Etokhana – Mobile Bondage: Trafficking of African Women (pdf) ICI Information on Trafficking presented…

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AkiDwA Annual General Meeting 2020

November 12, 2020

Event: AkiDwa AGM 2020 Date: 5th December 2020 Time: 11am-1.30pm Place: Online, via Zoom NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF…

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