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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...
27th October, 2015. The president of the Women for Africa Foundation (Mujeres por África or MxA), María Teresa Fernández de la Vega, and the president of the Elcano Royal Institute, Emilio Lamo de Espinosa, today inaugurated the...
Coinciding with Spain’s presidency of the UN Security Council this October, it is now 15 years since Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace and Security was passed. For this reason, the Women for Africa Foundation (Mujeres por África, MxA) in...
Nine senior African women researchers will be deepening and sharing knowledge in prestigious Spanish institutions through Women for Africa’s project "Science by Women". Thirty entries from all over Africa applied for the selection...
On the eve of the proclamation of the new Sustainable Development Goals Monday, 21st September. On 25th September, the UN General Assembly will announce the new Millennium Sustainable Development Goals, which will make up the big global agenda until...
The writer and Hispanist scholar Carolyn Richmond de Ayala, who is a friend and collaborator of the Women for Africa Foundation (MxA), has donated to a beautiful 70-year-old doll representing a young girl of African descent from Recife, Brazil. The...
Tuesday, 8th September, 2015. Women for Africa (MxA) welcomes Boluda Corporación Marítima and GMV Innovating Solutions, who have recently joined our Board of Trustees to support the work done by the foundation in fostering development...
Thursday, 30th July, 2015. The president of Women for Africa yesterday ended a visit of several days to Tunisia, where she met leading institutional personalities and others from social spheres to inform them about the work of the foundation and its...
The students are attending this intensive workshop in which internationally recognized experts from the industry are also involved. MxA (Women for Africa) is collaborating in the initiative by financing a scholarship for the Kenyan artist Ng´...
Wednesday, 15th July, 2015. Yesterday, Tuesday, saw the opening of the exhibition "Women Make Movies", organized by the MxA (Women for Africa) Foundation with the aim of bringing African cinema directed by women to the general public. This...