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AWACN_ME

AWACN_ME is an African Women Against Corruption Network’s initiative that is unmuting African women’s perspectives on corruption to drive a new wave of action that creates change. AWACN_ME for the Africa We Need commemorates the Africa Anti-Corruption Day by spotlighting African women’s perspectives of a achieving a corrupt-free Africa.

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AWACN_Conversations

Un-silencing everyday perspectives on corruption goes a long way in creating culture where citizen's prioritise corruption, it helps with better articulation of the real cost of corruption in a language that they understand. AWACN_Conversations provides a platform to gain a better understanding of how corruption targets and affects women and girls in ways that anti-corruption frameworks and policies have not yet articulated.

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AWACN_Communities

is an African Women Against Corruption Network initiative that connects the local corruption issues that affect women to the anti-corruption agenda by taking the anti-corruption conversation to grassroots women to gain deeper insights on the specific impact of day to day corruption faced by women and the underlying causalities.

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is an African Women Against Corruption Network initiative that uses the power of storytelling by documenting “survivor of sextortion” stories to create space for society to understand the impact of gendered forms of corruption on survivors, their families and communities.

Corruption currencies are typically understood to be an exchange of money, power or goods. Yet at the intersection of corruption and gender based violence lies a story with a power to change how we view and understand corruption. The initiative aims to use the power of storytelling to reshape the way corruption is understood by focusing the lens on the uncovered portions of corruption, that silently target women and girls behind the shadows of a crime we all neglect.