AWG Members


AWG members with a regional and continental outreach include, among others;

African Monitor, FEMNET, ACORD, Seed Institute, Africa Platform, West Africa CSO Institute, SEATINI, GCAP Africa, Culture and Development East Africa (CDEA), Africa Development Interchange Network (ADIN), Society for International Development (SID), Uganda National NGO Forum, Organization of African Youths, Africa CSO Platform, Beyond 2015-Africa, CSAC for West and Central Africa, SADC Council of NGOs, WACSI, Inter-Faith for Action on Peace in Africa (IFAPA), United Nations Millennium Campaign (UNMC), Arterial Network, Oxfam Pan Africa, Justice Development and Peace Commission, The Open Institute, Pan African Climate Justice Network (PACJA), Local Development Research Institute (LDRI), Organization of African Youth (OAY), Gender Justice, Organization of Africa Instituted Churches (OAIC), Helpage, World Animal Protection, AFRODAD, Aids Accountability International, Southern Africa Research and Documentation Centre, Nigeria Network of NGOs, Wateraid, Yocads, Sonke Gender Justice Network, Men Engage Africa among others.

In addition to the above the AWG has a dense network of members with national reach throughout Africa and specifically in the following countries; South Africa, Zambia, Malawi, Lesotho, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Ghana, Cameroon, Burkina Faso, Morocco, Tunisia, among others. A full list of AWG members with national reach is under development.