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

Emily’s Haircut: Counselling for Survivors of FGM

March 2, 2021

Emily will cut off her hair on the 8th of March to raise funds to stop, and awareness about FGM….

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Beyond Bias and Barriers: Women’s Leadership Matters

AkiDwA’s International Women’s Week Panel Discussion 2021 Wednesday 10th of March from 2-4pm on Zoom. Register on Eventbrite now: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/beyond-bias-and-barriers-womens-leadership-matters-tickets-142930798867

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Human Trafficking Report 2020

March 1, 2021

“Mobile Bondage”, 2020 Report on the Human Trafficking of African Women    

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