Sr. Maria Colonata welcoming during Africa Faith and Justice Network Sponsored Training on Advocacy / Uganda
Sr. Ignatia and Sr. Catherine in Atebubu/Ghana talking to the Community about the threat of Ago-colonialism and the importance educating the girl child
Nigerian Catholic Women Religious advocating for peace, for the rights of the vulnerable members of their society especially the women.
Africa Faith and Justice Network Ghana Chapter bringing awareness about Human Trafficking in Schools/ Trubo Highschool in Brewaniase/ Oto Region /Ghana
Sister in Uganda praying during an advocacy meeting with police
AFJN partner with Mama Alorlvi II, Woman Chief (Queen Mother) of Dorfore Agoverme/ Ghana addressing land grabbing and promoting responsible investment.
AFJN in Partnership with the Diocese of Bafoussam in Cameroon to fight against corruption in schools and projecting girls students against sexual harassments.
AFJN Nigeria Chapter during a national day of prayer to demand security and call for the an end to violence against women
Sr. Maura Browne, Sister of Notre Dame de Namur, longest supporter of AFJN and current board Member advocating for just US-Africa relations.
Amie AFJN 2018 intern Capitol Hill Advocacy Visit
AFJN bringing women together in Nigeria to defend their rights and call for peace.
Tanzania: Catholic Sisters learning about Advocacy for systemic change. Using the acquired skills, the nuns successfully got the authorities to act in favor of the people of Muwimbi village in Iringa district to access who for a couple years had lost access to their water source which had been confiscated by a large scale investor for irrigation of a farm he took from the village.

Sr. Eucharia Madueke, AFJN Women Empowerment Project Coordinator, Teaching Tanzanian Catholic Sisters about Advocacy for systemic change