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Posted 09 December 2007 - 08:53 PM
The Alliance for Arab Women (AAW) is a voluntary organization registered with the Ministry of Social Affairs. It has its secretariat in Cairo and several branches in Upper and Lower Egypt governorates. It has a consultative status with the UN ECOSOC. Acting as an umbrella of about 350 NGOs spreading throughout the governorates of Egypt. Issues include gender, women's rights, development, advocacy, networking, building partnerships
28 Adly St. Apt. #74, Cairo
Ph #: 20 2 3939899
Fax#: 20 2 3936820
Arab Women's Solidarity Association (AWSA)
The Arab Women's Solidarity Association works for the liberation of Arab people and freedom from economic, cultural and media domination. As an international organization, AWSA promotes Arab women's active participation in social, economic, cultural, and political life.
Issues: Networking group
4A Dareed Saad Street, Kast El Ainy, Cairo
Ph#: 202 3543715
Fax#: 202 3554200
Email: for General Questions or firstname.lastname@example.org or for Web & Mailing list
Egyptian Center for Women's Rights
Issues: Promotes women's participation in the political arena, raises legal awareness for women, and provides legal aid to women
56 Missr Heluan Elzerae St., Apr.2 Floor 12, Maadi, Cairo
E-mail: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
The New Woman Research and Study Centre
Issues: Campaigns for women's equaltiy and human rights, information, networks with local, regional and international women's and human rights organizations.
39 El Ansar Street, Dokki Square, Cairo
Ph#:/Fax#: (20) 2 398 6106
Sudanese Task Force Against Female Genital Mutilation in Egypt
Issues: Investigates the practice of and attitudes toward female genital mutilation among the Sudanese communities in Egypt
c/o The Population Council
6A Bahieddine Barakat Street, PO Box 115, Dokki 12211, Cairo