The Women of WAVE: In Photos

September 27, 2016

This is what a group of diverse, visionary feminists looks like.

IWDA’s ‘Women’s Action for Voice and Empowerment (WAVE)’ program is a five-year collaboration of 15 women’s organisations across five countries. WAVE is a movement to amplify women’s voices, put more women in positions of power and increase women’s roles in decision making.

It will engage up to one million individuals and groups across the region to learn, monitor progress on achieving women’s rights and hold governments to account.

These are just some of the amazing women we’ll be working with to make women safer, more involved in decision making, and economically empowered.

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Ros Sopheap is the leader of Gender and Development Cambodia (GADC), a community of practice that supports emerging women leaders from the government and community sectors to share information and experiences to promote solidarity, and personal and professional sharing. GADC plays an intermediary role between different levels of politics, ensuring information is adequately disseminated, and local needs are heard.
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