The Women for Africa Foundation is a spanish private, non-profit entity created in February 2012 by María Teresa Fernández de la Vega, the former vice president of the Government of Spain.
The Women For Africa Foundation is a private non-profit organization created in 2012 by María Teresa Fernández de la Vega, former Vice President of the Government of Spain.
The main objective of the foundation is to contribute to the development of the African continent through the support and accompaniment of its women, who are the driving force behind its progress.
Women for Africa is committed and works for democracy, governance, peace, human rights and sustainable economic and social development. And all this in terms of equality, because we are convinced that equality is the most powerful factor for social transformation.
To be a reference entity at the national and international level in the effort to promote fair, inclusive and equitable development in Africa, in which women are free and with full citizenship status.
For this we work on our own programs and through strategic alliances or collaborations with other organizations that share this objective, always having as a key element the contribution of social value and innovation.
The values of Women for Africa are those that support and promote democratic societies that respect the rights and dignity of people: Freedom, equality, solidarity, honesty, respect, transparency, tolerance and defense of diversity.
Its aim is to promote equal rights and opportunities for women, contributing to the progress of the continent.
Women for Africa is commited to democracy, governance, peace, human rights and sustainable economic and social development. And all this through equality, because we are convinced that equality is the most powerful instrument of social transformation.