Empowering Women at the Grassroots

Initiatives seeking transform traditional gender and power relations during decision making processes.


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Bringing women together to
claim power #NiMama

The program seeks to support women in both political and non-political spaces to better articulate and champion women’s needs and priorities at both National and County levels.


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Ending violence against
women & girls

Advocating for conducive policy environment, gender progressive cultural norms.


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Mission: To champion, expand and actualise women’s and girls’ rights and social justice.


WHO WE ARE

About us

We are a national feminist women’s right Non-Governmental Organization whose vision is a just society where women and girls enjoy full rights and live in dignity and mission is to champion, expand and actualise women’s and girls’ rights and social justice.

OUR HISTORY



Together we can change the story

We have helped and empowered thousands of women and girls in the society to ensure equality and opportunity.


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Ending all forms of violence against women and girls


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Promoting effective participation of women and girls


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Ensuring universal access to SRHR


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Elimination of economic and social-cultural discrimination

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Latest news and events

Want to learn more about who we are, what we do, our impact and how you can get involved? Read our blog posts and news updates.

Strategic Plan launch 2019 – 2023

Celebrating 20 Years

The Plan outlines CREAW’s vision and ambitions and key interventions for achieving them. The choices contained in the Plan are largely informed by the lessons learnt, conclusions and recommendations from the analysis of CREAW’s operating context.
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May 26, 2020

Menstrual Hygiene Day (MH Day) is a global advocacy day to promote good menstrual hygiene management (MHM) for all women and girls by breaking the silence, and raising awareness to change negative social norms around MHM, and engage decision-makers to prioritise and catalyse action for MHM, at global, national and local levels.

April 25, 2020

his appeal raises novel questions of law on whether vicarious liability can be attributed to the appellant, the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) who at the material time had employed Astorikoh Henry Amkoah, (3rd respondent hereinafter referred to as “teacher”) for alleged acts of sexual abuse against the students hereinafter referred to as “WJ” and “LN”).

February 6, 2020