The Female Parliamentarian: magazine yearly published by WOMEC, it has its own website where you can find all the previous editions.

African Media and Malaria Research Network (AMMREN): our partner and baby, founded by WOMEC in 2006, it has expanded into a great organisation. We are sharing the same office but it has its own website
and Facebook page.

The Eyes on Malaria Magazine: published by AMMREN, the magazine holds its own website where you will find all previous editions and the editorial team as well as their contact details.

The Tanzanian Media Women Association (TAMWA): TAMWA is committed towards advocating for women and children’s rights by conducting awareness raising activities for cultural, policy and legal
changes/transformation in society through the use of media.

Association of Media Women in Kenya (AMWIK): A national media Association established in 1983 and registered under the Societies Act as a non-profit membership organisation for women journalists from the
print, electronic media and other areas of communication.

Pathways of Women’s Empowerment or Women’s Empowerment Research Project Consortium (WE RPC): DFID-funded research project exploring the different pathways of empowerment by women.
Pathways Ghana blog serves as a communication tool and an interactive blog for WE RPC-Ghana.

Women’s Initiative for Self-Empowerment (WISE): WISE is a Ghanaian, non-governmental, non-profit organization dedicated to providing counselling and support services to women and children survivors of

Beatrice Bernice Boateng: Member of Parliament for New Juaben South –

Journalism for Social Change is an online course initiated by Vikes (The Finnish Foundation for Media, Communication and Development). 40 Finnish journalism and communication students, exchange students
and Ghanaian journalism students participate in it.

Women in the news, Gender wire:

UN Women:

UN Women Watch: Information and Resources on Gender Equality and Empowerment of Women: