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The image, taken by Asier Alcorta Hernández, shows an African lady in Zaragoza during her working day. Salvador Lorén is awarded second prize for “Yacine”.
I have had an experience recently that needs to be told to an “African woman” such as myself. You jokingly told Fêmi and me in Madrid that you now considered yourself to be like an African woman after collaborating for so long with...
The Women for Africa Foundation has been visited by Mr Alemu Bekele, Area Manager for Spain for the airline Ethiopian, who was accompanied by their general director, María Teresa de Dios. They were both welcomed by our president, María...
Signing by SEIMC, the SEIMC-GESIDA Foundation and the Women for Africa Foundation. Madrid, 26th November, 2015.- The Spanish Society of Infectious Diseases and Clinical Microbiology (SEIMC), the SEIMC-GESIDA Foundation and the Women for Africa...
Wednesday, 25th November, 2015. Today, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, the president of the Women for Africa Foundation, Maria Teresa Fernandez de la Vega, sent a message asking all governments and national and...
20th November, 2015. The President of Women for Africa Foundation (Fundación Mujeres por África) today dedicated the award she received from Esport Solidari (Solidarity Sport) to the victims of the Bamako bombing and to the...
The entities will design and implement projects aimed at promoting African development via women. The first project, Green Voices, will be carried out in Tanzania in collaboration with the Autonomous University of Madrid (UAM). Madrid, 18th...
Wednesday, 18th November. The President of the Parliament of the Canary Islands, Carolina Darias, and the President of Women For Africa (Mujeres por África or MxA), Maria Teresa Fernandez de la Vega, yesterday signed a framework agreement at...
Her Majesty the Queen presided over the Women for Africa Foundation’s annual event, with the President of Liberia present. 17th November, 2015. Yesterday, the Women For Africa Foundation’s annual event took place in Madrid, this time...
16th November, 2016. Africa is a continent that is already feeling the effects of climate change. African women, who in some countries produce up to 80% of the food, are the ones who are taking the most steps to alleviate these effects.
14th November, 2015. The Women For Africa Foundation condemns the horrific terrorist attacks yesterday in Paris, and adds its voice to the outcry brought about by this attack on democratic values ​​and freedom worldwide. Our sincere condolences,...
Under the presidency of H.M. the Queen and with the participation of the President of Liberia, Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf 11th November, 2015. Next 16th November, the Women for Africa Foundation (Mujeres por África) will be holding its annual...