Affiliations

The Country Women’s Association of WA Inc has representatives on the following committees:

  • Agricultural Industry Safety Group (AISG)
  • Agricultural Working Group (AWG)
  • Agribusiness Industry Advisory Council at Muresk
  • BreastScreen WA Consumer Reference Group
  • COTA (Council on the Ageing)
  • National Trust of Australia (WA)
  • Rural and Remote Education Advisory Council
  • RoadWise Committee (City of Greater Geraldton)
  • State Welfare Emergency Committee 

Associated Country Women of the World (ACWW) – CWA of WA is a Category 1 Society Member

The Associated Country Women of the World exists to amplify the voices of rural women, so that the problems they face and the solutions they raise are heard and acknowledged by international policymakers and legislators. Rural women are the backbone of families, of communities, of nations, but they are often a silent support, adapting to change and tragedy with comparative ease. They bear the burden of conflict, they go unheard in legislation, and they remain unprotected and unsupported. ACWW exists to change that. ACWW has a membership of over 9 million women in over 80 countries.  (Reproduced from the ACWW Website)

SOS Fracture Alliance – CWA of WA is a Member Organisation

The Australian National SOS Fracture Alliance unites 38 medical, allied health, patient advocacy, carer and other organisations under its umbrella. The more than 3 million members have one common goal – to ‘make the first break the last’ by improving the care of patients presenting with an osteoporotic fracture. This is the first time in Australia an alliance of organisations has formed to address this public health issue across the nation.  (Reproduced from the SOS Fracture Alliance Website)

Volunteering WA – CWA of WA is a Member Organisation

Volunteering WA makes a difference by connecting thousands of volunteers to many community organisations. We aim to build strong communities through volunteering and provide a range of resources, services and support so that people in Western Australia are aware of, and understand, the nature and scope of volunteer activity. (Reproduced from the Volunteering WA Website)