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MEWC’s publications are perhaps our most important achievements. Our publications are meant to encourage discussion, challenge the status quo, and provide a new approach to gender issues in Africa.

Some of our publications are the first of its kind in the field, namely our publication report on the first year of the African Women’s Decade "African Women’s Decade: One Year On, which reviewed every African country in regards to progress made, or lack thereof, in the area of women’s rights.


Source: Make Every Woman Count
This report summarises the progress made by African countries regarding women's rights and gender equality on the continent during the first year of the African Women's Decade.

The MEWC political participation and election monitoring team is excited to present our second annual Political Participation Report, reviewing all of the major national and regional elections that occurred in Africa in 2012. This report seeks to provide an overview of the role of women in elections across Africa in 2012 by focusing on women’s political

MEWC is pleased to share to share with you its 2012 Annual Report with highlights of another great and busy year for MEWC. In the next pages, you will find out how MEWC is turning its vision and mission into reality to promote the empowerment and rights of African women and girls.

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Source: Make Every Woman Count (MEWC)
This report seeks to provide an overview of the role of women in elections across Africa in 2011 by covering the position of female candidates before and after the elections have taken place; it is one of the first election monitoring projects in the field focused solely on the women’s political participation.

 MEWC is pleased to announce the launch of its first Annual Report 2011  which highlights our accomplishments and the impact of our work during our first year.    2011 has been a year of learning and challenges for MEWC; we started the year without access to any financial resources, but have succeeded in becoming a registered charity, and have been recognised and praised by other advocacy organisations for our work. 

Source: Make Every Woman Count (MEWC)
This report summarises the progress made by African countries regarding women's rights and gender equality on the continent during the first year of the African Women's Decade.

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