Support immigrant women in improving their living conditions and facilitate their integration into Quebec. It is a question of helping them to come out of isolation and equip them to favor their autonomy for a better individual and collective care. Africa au Féminin is a center for women who want to build relationships, live in harmony with themselves, share their difficulties and share their experiences and solutions. We welcome all women and we respond to their needs (listening, support, support and reference).
Who are we?
Afrique au Féminin is the only Women’s Center in Parc-Extension, a district located in the Center-Nord borough, where there is a high concentration of people from ethnocultural communities and almost 50% of whom are women. facing various barriers of integration. The Center is a place of meeting, belonging, socialization, mutual aid, solidarity, mentoring and action for all women in general and those from visible minorities, particularly those experiencing difficulties in their process. social and economic integration in Quebec society and wanting to break their isolation.
Become a member
By becoming a member of the Center or supporting its cause, you are concretely encouraging a committed and dedicated team to its community. In this way, you will help them to guide immigrant women and all those in need to find their bearings. In addition, you will be aware of our activities and events.
Afrique au Féminin is a non-profit organization (NPO), founded in 1986 and incorporated in 1988 by a group of professional women of African origin concerned about the difficulties of social and economic integration of women in their communities in the host society.
To welcome, inform and refer women to appropriate resources as needed, ensure active listening to women, break the isolation of immigrant women and foster their integration into the host society.
Afrique au Féminin has enriched its clientele of 23% of women of various origins, particularly from Eastern, Eastern and Central Europe. So like North Africa, West and Central, Latin America, Southeast Asia and other countries in the world.
7000, avenue du Parc – Bureau 106-107, Montréal (Québec) H3N 1X1