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AWEPA receives financial support from a broad funding base composed mainly of European cooperation agencies, non-governmental organisations and international non-governmental organisations. In particular, in 2016, AWEPA’s donors are the European Commission, the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida), the Austrian Development Agency (ADA), the UK Department for International Development (DFID), the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Belgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation, the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), Irish Aid, Luxembourg Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. In addition, AWEPA receives institutional funding from Sida, Irish Aid and SDC, as well as in-kind contributions such as office and staff facilitation, and venues for activities.

Further information can be found in AWEPA’s financial statements, which are published here on an annual basis.

Please find below a list of contributors and the programmes they support in 2016:

Financial Overview 2015

Income – Donor Grants Received in $
  • € 150 242,00
  • € 364 560,00
  • € 558 822,00
  • € 24 238,00
  • € 167 168,00
  • € 26 584,00
  • € 2 168 636,00
  • € 384 759,00
  • € 118 181,00
  • € 240 307,00
  • € 443 999,00
  • € 4 863,00
  • € 1 309 565,00
  • € 514 514,00
  • € 165 814,00
  • € 6 643 252,00

Financial Overview 2015

Expenditure in € per programme
  • € 230 600,00
  • € 219 759,00
  • € 24 238,00
  • € 78 297,00
  • € 389 903,00
  • € 101 707,00
  • € 757 640,00
  • € 144 765,00
  • € 538 549,00
  • € 443 999,00
  • € 56 649,00
  • € 28 766,00
  • € 107 735,00
  • € 1 355 150,00
  • € 274 851,00
  • € 1 392 555,00
  • € 165 000,00
  • € 333 089,00
  • € 6 643 252,00

AWEPA Newsletter

In a society where the rights and potential of women are constrained, no man can be truly free.

- Mary Robinson

It’s only when you have a critical mass of women in politics that you get women’s issues attacked.

- Mary Robinson

As more women lead their communities we hope to see fewer conflicts and more peace.

- Mary Robinson

Preventing the conflicts of tomorrow means changing the mind-set of youth today.

- Graça Machel

Ask yourself what you can do to make a difference. And then take that action.

- Graça Machel

We are at a unique point in history and simply must act with far more energy and cohesion.

- His Excellency Mohamed A. Sahnoun

To combat prejudices and painful memories we need to do more with Parliamentarians.

- His Excellency Mohamed A. Sahnoun

Women’s voices shouldn’t only be heard because they are the victims of the war

- Mary Robinson

There are trouble-free spots on the continent, but unfortunately these are rarely heard of, as many observers tend to erroneously treat Africa as one block.

- Ruth O’niango

You educate a woman, you educate a whole community, a whole village

- Ruth O’niango

Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world

- Nelson Mandela

I dream of an Africa which is in peace with itself.

- Nelson Mandela

Development that allows the principle of self-reliance, self-sufficiency in all spheres seems to me the only sensible choice for Africa.

- Prof. Albert Tevoedjre

Rural development needs a policy which will enable the populations to understand and believe in the objectives set.

- Dr. Jim Yong Kim

Any policy, any society based on keeping people down will be a failure.

- Prof. Albert Tevoedjre

We are the first generation which can end extreme poverty in our lifetime. But we cannot get there without parliamentarians.

- Dr. Jim Yong Kim