Welcome to WOMEC

Women, Media and Change (WOMEC) is a national organization registered in 2000 under the laws of the Republic of Ghana. WOMEC recognises that women’s issues are multi-dimensional and are influenced by various factors including access to education, health, housing, food, shelter, land rights as well as other human rights issues. WOMEC is committed to promoting gender equality and equity.

VISION

An inclusive society where women and girls are well informed and empowered.

MISSION

WOMEC is committed to creating the platform for women and girls to gain public voice and visibility through the effective use of the media, gender training, research, publication, community engagement and advocacy.

OUR CORE VALUES

Team work, Professionalism, Innovation, Integrity, Respect, Honesty and Reliability.

WHAT WE DO

  • Basic IT and Communication training
  • Online Media and communication skills
  • Gender-related training for media practitioners. Read  more

ADVOCACY

Undertake research on gender issues with a view to providing up-to-date facts and figures to service women’s organizations and other institutions concerned with advocacy and awareness creation. Read more

 

During the #ACTWeek2019 we organised an International Forum to discuss & strengthen international legal cooperation in criminal matters.

Check our video on “Money Laundering and Recovery of Assets” ⤵️
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wHBWxil95O0

🗣️#UnitedAgainstCorruption

@EuropeInGhana @FIIAPP

PM Imran said that the construction sector generates jobs for daily wage workers, many of whom have lost their income due to the ongoing lockdown.

https://www.dawn.com/news/1546154

Hispanic women have highest rate of unemployment among women (6%), a 22% increase in 4 weeks to mid March. Unemployment for White women rose by 29% (to 3.6%) & for Hispanic men by 59% (to 5.1%). Unemployment increased sharply across largest racial/ethnic groups. #jobsday @BLS_gov

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