FEMNET Statement – 6th Programming Conference/General Assembly
We the members of FEMNET who have been here present at the 6th Programming Conference and General Assembly from 30th October – 1st November 2013, have received, reviewed and adopted the FEMNET Chairperson’s Report given by the interim Chairperson Ms. Emma Kaliya.
We therefore note with embarrassment and serious concern the circulation of a report by a purported chairperson of our organization – making rounds on email list serves and social media.
FEMNET remains a strong and united pan-African network of over 400 organizations and individuals from 42 countries across the continent.
The members gathered here unanimously and in unity disassociate themselves from the malicious statements and conduct of Ms. Sylvie Jacqueline Ndongmo. We urge the public to disregard all the fabricated and unfounded allegations against the leadership of the organization. We have full confidence in our leadership and will continue to strengthen and support them in their service to our movement.
We are conscious of the confusion and the potential damage that this, and other statements can cause to our strategic partners, allies and the general public. We would like to assure you that we remain one indivisible pan-African women’s movement.
The Chairperson’s report as adopted by the General Assembly of 1 November 2013 is available on the official FEMNET website – www.femnet.org.
Please join us in celebrating 25 years of advancing women’s rights in Africa. FEMNET remains committed to its important mission and we look forward to many more years of partnership and collaboration on this crucial journey.
- Release date:November 1, 2013
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