About XOESE, the Francophone Women’s Fund

XOESE is a feminist foundation of public utility that aims to financially and technically support the implementation of initiatives of women’s organizations in French-speaking countries of the Global South.

It was created on September 1st, 2015 and is based in Lomé, Togo.

Our priorities

The XOESE Fund is involved in the following priority areas

Francophone women’s and young women’s rights Movement building

Women’s and young women’s Political and public participation

Women’s and young women’s economic empowerment and professional leadership

Gender, Peace and Security

Women’s and young women’s Human Rights Defenders (WHRD) welfare, security and efficiency

Gender, Environment and Climate Change

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Resource Mobilization and Communication Officer

Are you a passionate young women’s rights activist versed in the use of technology and social media? Are you interested in creating visibility around francophone women’s and young women’s initiatives and movement? Are you bilingual in English and French, excited about feminism and with some experience in women’s organizing and fundraising? You may be the ideal candidate that XOESE, The Francophone Women’s Fund is looking for. Please send your application by June 7, 2020 to emplois@xoese.org.

Program Officer

XOESE is looking for a passionate African women’s rights activist interested in promoting francophone women’s and young women’s leadership and movement building. The ideal candidate is fully bilingual in English and French, excited about feminism and has experience in women’s organizing and fundraising. Interested? Please send your application by June 7, 2020 to emplois@xoese.org.

Promoting girl’s leadership for effective and preventive protection of women’s rights in rural Tanghin-Dassouri” in Burkina Faso

The project aimed to (1) sensitize the population on the persistence of prejudices and harmful practices on women and girls; (2) Promoting the promotion of militant, atypical and advocacy women in order to encourage girls and young women to take a leadership role in protecting women's rights ; (3) Encourage the involvement of traditional leaders in carrying out awareness-raising activities; (4) Continue information campaigns to inform women about their rights; (5) Advocacy for the further implementation and application of the National Gender Policy at the common level.
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