The African Woman Foundation
Who We Are ?
The African Woman Foundation (TAWF) is a charity formed to advocate the rights of the African Girl and Woman, socially and economically,to guarantee her independence and dignity.The TAWF realizes the woman in Africa is trapped socially and economically. This, in turn, robs them of the rights to make life-altering decisions,independently, which include sexual and reproductive health.
In poverty, the African woman is more at risk of physical and sexual abuse violence.The Foundation works towards creating a better life for the African woman that can only be achievable with education,with empowerment.
Providing Clean Water Sources for Poor African Women to Avoid long Distances to Fetch Water.
TAWF is committed to education of all women/ girls globally. especially the african woman.
Our belief is that educated and enlightened women are more equipped to deal with the marginalization of all women. They become advocates of change in the world
Why T A W F ?
Our Holistic Program
The financial support and product contributions of individuals, organizations, and companies makes our work possible. T A W F recognizes that each contribution represents a judgment of trust in our ability to help people, and we are highly appreciative of every bit of support that we receive.
Ways To Help Us
Thank you for your generous support to T A W F where 90% of the services are provided Free or Subsidized. Every DONATION received is diverted towards the Welfare, Well-being of Qualified Individuals & Families including Men, Women, Children and Elders without any discrimination.
T A W F needs volunteers to assist in all areas of our work in the Africa and in developing countries.
The financial support and product contributions of individuals, organizations, and companies makes our work possible.
TAWF take your DONATIONS very seriously & make every effort to Maximize the Value of your kind DONATIONS!
All over the world women and girls daily suffer all sorts of abuse. Sexual abuse, Sexual violence, harassment and worse even death. In some countries women are less valued than men. In some cultures men equate women to their live stock. Women & girl’s especially in Africa still live under gender oppression and only valued for sex and child bearing.