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Grants Awarded | Mano River Union

Cellule de Coordination sur les Pratiques Traditionnelles Affectant la Santé des Femmes et des Enfants (CPTAFE)
Conakry, Guinea

CPTAFE was formed by volunteers in 1984 as a branch of the Inter African Committee on Traditional Practices affecting women's and children's health, particularly Female Genital Mutilation (FGM). Since then, CPTAFE has evolved into an established national organization leading and coordinating the fight against FGM in Guinea. CPTAFE accomplishes this by spearheading campaigns at national and local levels for combating and eliminating FGM. CPTAFE’s activities include advocacy, awareness-raising, capacity building of grassroots organizations, and outreach.

2009$30,0001 year
This grant enables CPTAFE to raise awareness of local and international legal instruments to protect women’s rights. CPTAFE continues to train elected local officials and rural leaders on the implementation and utilization of the African Union’s Protocol to the African Charter on Human and People’s Rights on the Rights of Women in Africa. The grant enables CPTAFE to expand its programs to inform another 1,600 rural women, men and boys. The grant contributes to increasing CPTAFE’s institutional capacity by covering staff recruitment, training and operational costs.
2008$25,0001 year
This grant enables CPTAFE to disseminate and popularize the Protocol to the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights on the Rights of Women in Africa. CPTAFE is training deputies and magistrates on the application of the Protocol, while educating women, men and boys about the Protocol’s provisions. The grant also contributes to CPTAFE’s institutional development by covering recruitment of staff and operational costs.
2007$15, 0851 year
This grant enables CPTAFE to extend its work to the Guéckédou, Kissidougou, and N’zérékoré border areas of Guinea by supporting advocacy and awareness-raising activities. The grant also supports the administrative operations of the organization’s national office and branch offices in Guéckédou, Kissidougou, and N’zérékoré.

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