Women for Change is coordinating consultations in the African region on the Istanbul 2nd Principle: Embody Gender Equality and Equity while promoting women and girls’ rights. The consultations are being conducted through phone interviews and answering to a survey questionnaire that you can download from this sites' download section. In addition, a regional consultation workshop has been planned to be held from 7 to 8 April 2011 in Lusaka.
Women for Change (WfC) successfully launched The Zambia We Want Campaign on 17 February 2010. The event that was attended by over 1500 people from all walks of life saw citizens demanding that WfC spread the Campaign to all parts of the country as soon as possible.
Since 1992, Women for Change has been working with youths, especially girls in remote rural areas of Zambia, on social and economic empowerment. Over 600 youths have benefited from this programme. This time around, 20 youths (10 girls and 10 boys) from western Province of Zambia have been empowered with life skills in Metal Fabrication, Construction and Brick-laying. The graduation ceremony will take place this coming Friday, the 5th of February 2010, in Mongu. You invited to this event.