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Dar es-Salaam, Monday, 12th July, 2016. Green Voices was presented yesterday in the Tanzanian city of Dar es-Saalam. This is a project by the Women for Africa Foundation (Mujeres por África, MxA) thanks to which 15 of this country’s...
5th July, 2016. Yesterday was the inauguration of Women Make Movies, the film festival organised every year by Women for Africa (MxA) dedicated to the most recent African films made by women. In this fourth edition, which for the third consecutive...
Tuesday, 5th July, 2016. The president of the Women for Africa Foundation (Mujeres por África), María Teresa Fernández de la Vega, and the president of the European Foundation of Education for Employment (EuropEFE), Aldo Olcese...
30th June, 2016. The film festival of African women directors by the Women for Africa Foundation, Women Make Movies, opens its doors next Monday, 4th July, at 7:30 p.m. in Sala Berlanga in Madrid for its fourth edition.
27th June, 2016. The Probitas foundation has granted Women for Africa (Mujeres por África) economic aid of €40,000 to carry out surgical missions as part of the Stop Fistula project. Thanks to this donation, which Probitas has granted...
The Tunisian actress Ghalia Benali wins the Award for Best Actress, sponsored by the Women for Africa Foundation, for her role in the film À peine j’ouvre les yeux.
Friday, 3rd June, 2016. The exhibition of African Women directors by the Women for Africa Foundation (Mujeres por África), Women Make Movies, is opening its doors for the first time outside Madrid. As an activity parallel to the exhibition...
Once again, the Women for Africa Foundation (MxA) celebrates Africa Day with this event, which aims to document and publicise the real situation of African women in Spain. There is a first prize of 1,250 euros and a second one of 500 euros.
The Casa África building in Las Palmas, Gran Canaria, is hosting the last day of the 1st Meeting of Canarian and African Women Parliamentarians. The parliamentarians call for awareness-raising in the search for common responses to climate...
Canarian and African women parliamentarians will work to ensure that companies headed by women are hired in public contracts. At the close of the First Meeting of Canarian and African Women Parliamentarians (EPCA in Spanish), Patricia Hernandez...
The Member of the National Assembly of Senegal, Ouleye Diaou, demands that women should have a greater role in positions of responsibility. Representatives from Tunisia, Gambia, Mauritania and Algeria stress the importance of women as agents of...
Today and tomorrow, the regional parliament is welcoming the ‘1st Meeting of Canarian and African Parliamentarians’, which on Wednesday will close in the Casa Africa building. Maria Teresa Fernandez de la Vega said that the aim of the...