KWISA's primary aim is the advancement of African Women and their families in Scotland.
We will achieve this by giving women of African decent and their families the space and opportunity to work together, develop their potential and address the social, cultural, economic and political systems that create structural and institutional barriers that contribute to significant inequalities and disadvantage to them and their families in Scotland and internationally.
KWISA is empowering African Women and their families to make life better for them. Teaching and supporting the new generation.
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