Ray of Hope Africa (RAHA)

Recognizing the tribulations of poverty, ignorance, and diseases, child and women abuse, environmental dilapidation, declining education trends, hunger and misery, high unemployment levels, high incidence of HIV/AIDS, youths, women, elderly, children and OVC’s dilemmas, Ray of Hope Africa was founded in 2007 in a bid to adequately help address the dire needs of the society, ranging from; Agriculture and Food security, infrastructure development and economic empowerment , education, health, human rights and good governance, children, youths, women and the elderly, HIV/AIDS and other epidemics,

AZUR Developpement

AZUR Developpement’s mission is to provide leadership in the sociocultural and economic development of the Congo and of Africa in general. As a non political, non-profit organisation, AZUR Developpement aims at attaining the following objectives: promote art and culture; promote women empowerment and sustainable development; bring multi-fold assistance to the sick, to the disadvantaged and to vulnerable people; work to protect environment.

APC Africa Women (AAW)

Women'sNet conducted a Women's Electronic Network Training (WENT) Digital Story Telling workshop for APC-Africa-Women (AAW), on 25-29 August 2007 The workshop aimed to create content by and for women, develop content for Take Back the Tech initiative which aims to reclaim ICTs to end violence against women during the 16 Days of Activism (25 November to 10 December), develop the ICT skills and capacity of women, strengthen organisations and enable women to share and network amongst each other One blog entry written taking random sentences from the first day of story circle: She died after a

Women of Uganda Network (WOUGNET)

Women of Uganda Network (WOUGNET) is a non-governmental organization initiated in May 2000 by several women’s organisations in Uganda to develop the use of information and communication technologies (ICTs) among women as tools to share information and address issues collectively. The mission of WOUGNET is to promote and support the use of ICTs by women and women organisations in Uganda, so that they can take advantage of the opportunities presented by ICTs in order to effectively address national and local problems of Sustainable National Development.