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CAFRA serves as a facilitator of the regional women’s movement, responding to the needs of the movement and seeking to encourage regional collaboration and solidarity.
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“I’m a woman
Phenomenal woman,
That’s me.”

– Maya Angelou

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To celebrate and channel the collective power of women for individual and societal transformation, thus creating a climate in which social justice is realized.
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Areas Of Work

To promote and support the continued growth and development of the feminist movement in the entire region.

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Founding Mothers

CAFRA emerged as an autonomous umbrella organization out of this scenario. It was formally funded on 2 April 1985 at an all-day meeting in Barbados of forty feminists and women activists from the region.

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CAFRA Youth League

The CAFRA Youth League is an institutionalized mechanism within CAFRA which was established to develop and maintain a cadre of dynamic, resourceful, socially conscious, creative and powerful young feminists through secondary schools and community groups.

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Charter of Civil Society

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When the Heads of Government of the Caribbean Community affixed their signatures to the Resolution adopting the Charter of Civil Society on Wednesday, February 19,1997 in StJohn’s, Antigua and Barbuda, in so doing, they undertookto pay due regard to its principles, thus giving effect to one of the strongest recommendations of the West Indian Commission (WIC) as contained in its report

Taking ICPD Beyond

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How can sexual and reproductive health and rights, and women’s rights overall, be fully reflected into the next global development agenda? As the 20th anniversary of the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) approaches, activists, decision-makers and diplomats engaged in the fight  for sexual and reproductive health and rights (SHRH) are grappling with this challenge.


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The United Nations (UN) came into being in 1945, shortly after the end of World War II. The stated purpose of the UN is to bring peace to all nations of the world. After World War II, a committee of persons headed by Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, the wife of US President Franklin D. Roosevelt wrote a special document which “declares” the rights.

Michelle Obama Speech International Women's Day

Leap Of Faith - Levern Spencer


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