The African Caucus

The following representatives and their organizations comprised the African Caucus during the establishment of the ANWS during the 2nd World Conference of Women Shelters in February 2012 in Washington DC

Members of the African Caucus at the 2nd World Conference in February 2012 in Washington DC

Name

1 -

NettyMusanhu, Director, MUSASA, Zimbabwe

2 -

Maria Munir Yusuf, Executive Directress, Association for Women's Sanctuary and Development (AWSaD), Ethiopia

3 -

LuzetteNdongoZingaAnkeuh, Ministry for the Promotion of Women and the Family, Cameron

4 -

Grace Mbugua, Organizational Director, Women's Empowerment Link, Kenya

5 -

Lucinda Evans, Director, PhilisaAbafaziBethu, Women and Children Program, Cape Town-South Africa

6 -

FrancessAlghali, Executive Secretary, Human Rights Commission, Sierra Leone

7 -

Cecilia Manuel M.tembe, Founder, Flist Shelter, Mozambique

8 -

Beverly Goll-Yekeson, President, Liberia Crisis Center, Liberia

9 -

Dr Mrs Ify Ofong, National Coordinator, Women in Development and Environment, Nigeria.

10 -

Justine MasikaBihamba, Synergie des Femmes pour les Victimes des Violence Sexuelles

11-

Mary Balikungeri, Director of Rwanda Women Network

12-

Annette Mukiga, Program Officer, Rwanda Women Network

13-

Ivan Kontje, Rural Institute for Education Training (RIET)

14-

Annie Rashid Mulumba, Congolese Female Lawyers Association

15-

Sarah Wright

16-

ElibethNehring, Tahirin Justice Center

17-

Eleanor Lyon, Nat’l Center on DV, Trauma & MH

18-

MtanozehweShozi, DVAP

19-

Edith W. Murogo, Center for Domestic Training and Development (CDTD)

20-

FelogeneAnumo, Women in Law & Development in Africa (K)

21-

Suzanne Smart, Regina Transition House

22-

Susan Blampied, Grad student at Brandeis University

23-

Louisa Mack, On Line Worker Canada

24-

Noreen Cotton, Executive Director, Emergency Women’s Shelter – Alberta, Canada

25-

Sumayya Coleman, Af Am/Black Women’s Cultural Alliance United States

26-

YalemTeshome, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa

27-

Laura Sweenay, Iowa State University

28-

LoratoMoalusi-Sakufiwa, Kagisano Society Women’s Shelter Project

29-

KumbiraiKahiya, Girl Child Network, Zimbabwe

30-

Kim ThuuSeelinger, Human Rights Center, University of California

31-

Nakasagga Rosemary, The Women Support Initiative (TWOSI)

32-

AbiAjibolade, The Redwood

33-

NhlanhlaMokwena, POWA

34-

SyrnovSkorge, SawtjieBantman Center for Women and Children

35-

Joy Lange, St. Anne’s Homes

36-

Lee Rossaw, L’Abrie de Dieu Safe House

37-

RosanaSchaack, Touching Humanity In need of Kindness (THINK)

38-

TennehSeah-Johnson, Sexual Gender Based Violence Crimes Unit

39-

EstielaHacuko, Ministry of Women, Mozambique

40-

Shaista de Araujo, UN Women - Mozambique

41-

Jude Ohanele, Development Dynamics

42-

Hon. AdakuIhuoma, AdakuIhuoma Foundation

43-

AchiaCamal, Lemusica.org

44-

Trudy Mhlongo, DVAP (Domestic Violence Assistance Program)

45-

NothileMganyana, DVAP

46-

Jane Ellison, Anna Marie’s Alliance

47-

JuhanaOkoh, University of Port Harcourt

48-

Mercy Ajienka, Women Organization

49-

Veronica Rose Theron, Ministry of Gender Equality Namibia

50-

TshapakaM.tsha-Kapolo, Council of Churches in Namibia (CCN)

51-

Reinette Cronje, Namibian Police

52-

Jane Frances Mufua, Center for Human Rights and Peace Advocacy

53-

Bertine N. Vaita, Masilahi International Foundation Trust