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Women Watch Afrika, (WWA) is a non-profit, grassroots, international, national, and local social justice organization focused on the elimination of all forms of discrimination against women and girls, the promotion of social and economic development and health equity of women, and the acculturation of immigrants and refugees (men and women) arriving to the United States from 23 African nations. In line with its goal, Women Watch Afrika provides Social Services; Civic Engagement; Voter Registration; Advocacy; Health and Legal Education; Know Your Rights workshops; Citizenship Preparation; Legal Services; Domestic Violence/FGM Prevention classes; Reproductive Rights Education; and Advocates against unjust, discriminatory laws that affect our community. It was established in November 1994 in Dakar, Senegal; and was established in Atlanta, GA in 1997 to address the unmet needs of underserved African refugee and immigrant population in Metro Atlanta and is located in DeKalb County that is home to most low-income African Americans and underserved refugee and immigrant populations. Find out more.