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AkiDwA Health Fair Gets Great Support

Almost 200 people visited the  first AkiDwA Health Fair in Dublin last Friday, when AkiDwA joined forces with Cairde and a host of health-focused  organisations in St Agatha’s Hall, Dublin 1. People came along from many parts of Dublin as well as from Balbriggan and Offaly, drawn by the free treatments, a pilates class and […]

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We’re Hiring!

 Part-time Office Administrator needed at AkiDwA A Community Employment position is available at AkiDwA, Ireland’s network for migrant women. AkiDwa is a registered charity that works on behalf of all migrant women in Ireland from our offices in Killarney Court, Dublin 1. This is a general office management  role.  Your duties will involve answering calls […]

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Consulting Opportunity with AkiDwA

Men’s Sexual Health Project Leader AkiDwA is looking for a consultant to facilitate and deliver some sessions in our sexual health project to men who are living in Direct Provision accommodation centres in Ireland The consultant will facilitate discussions between men related to sexual and reproductive health over a four month period. Men seeking asylum […]

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Stronger Together: Migrant Women Launch their 2019 Election manifesto

AkiDwA Thursday 9 May 2019 PRESS RELEASE Migrant women from dozens of organisations have come together as Migrant Women na hÉireann to launch a pre-election manifesto outlining their priorities for voting in  Ireland’s 2019 local and European elections. Salome Mbugua, AkiDwA Head of Operation & Strategy said: “ Ireland will be going to the polls […]

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