NAWL

ABOUT US

National alliance of Women Lawyers is non-governmental, non-partisan, non-political and non-profit making organization operating in the Republic of South Sudan. The Organization has the following Vision, Mission and principal or objectives: Vision: be a thriving, dynamic South Sudan where women, girls and children rights are protected, champions and catalysts base on the rule of law, access to justice and Peace building for their social and economic development in regard to the principle of human right Mission: The mission of National Alliance of Women Lawyers Is to legally and professionally engage the stalk holders in peace building, dialogue, access to justice, transitional justice system and rule of law and to transform women, girls and children to recognize their various rights through effective and Positive engagement with dignity by eliminating gender inequality.

participants

OUR BOARD MEMBERS

Jackline Nasiwa
Jackline Nasiwa
Paleki Matthew
Paleki Matthew
Ajo Noel
Ajo Noel
Nyuon Susan
Nyuon Susan
Nyagoah Tut
Nyagoah Tut
Atong Majok
Atong Majok

PARTNERSHIPS

NAWL engages in partnership with national and international nongovernmental organizations as well as line government institutions with the view to mutually reinforcing our endeavors in achieving shared goals.
 

UNDP

We are currently in partnership with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) South Sudan in implementing the "Enhancing Access to Justice for Women and the Disadvantaged" project.

 

CAFOD

Combating Sexual Violence and Providing Psychosocial Support

 

UN Women

Advocacy Against Sexual Violence and Women Empowerment in Leadership and Skills Training.

Latest Updates

An Introduction: Enhancing Access to Justice for Women and the Disadvantaged” Project

“Enhancing Access to Justice for Women and the Disadvantaged” is a project of National Alliance for Women Lawyers’ (NAWL) implemented with support of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). It is in line with NAWL’s endeavor to create a nationwide human rights