Crawn Trust

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Who we are

Welcome to Crawn Trust

The Community Advocacy and Awareness (CRAWN) Trust is a change catalyst providing African women and girls with the tools, voice and platforms through which they can effect change at individual, family, community, regional, national and continental levels in economic, social and political spheres. CRAWN Trust is the host organization and permanent secretariat for the National Women’s Steering Committee NWSC, a coalition platform that brings together individuals and organizations working for women’s political and economic emancipation.


Giving a Voice to Women

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Thematic Areas

Leadership & Governance

We aim to build the understanding that leadership is not an end in itself but a responsibility to create an enabling environment for shared prosperity. 

Network and alliance building

Women and Girls comprise one half of the population yet are continually excluded in nation building economically, socially and politically through daily practice.

Information, Education and Communication

Network & Alliance Building
“We makes me stronger.” Mantra – The National Women’s Steering Committee (NWSC).

Social Economic Empowerment

Women have been excluded from the economy historically and culturally as a result, they lag behind in ownership of property and access to financial education and opportunities.

Women have been excluded from the economy historically and culturally as a result, they lag behind in ownership of property and access to financial education and opportunities. 


Projects

June 2019

CRAWN Trust is working in partnership with COVAW, Hifadhi Hub and other actors in the campaign against lowering the age of sex ..

2017-2018

The objective of this project was increased women participation in elective and appointive positions and enhanced knowledge of women on effective  


March 2017

The Ni Mama forum brought together over 4,000 women candidates and grassroots women from different political parties across the country.

 

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