FEFA believes that MoWA (Ministry of Women’s Affairs), as a national institution protecting women’s rights can play a pivotal role in ensuring women’s full participation in all aspects of political processes. By strengthening its role, MoWA can exert meaningful influence on women’s participation in elections. It is evident that there still exist many remaining obstacles to women’s political participation in elections, including gender stereotypes, psychological and traditional barriers, and inequalities in education, training and resources. Therefore it is necessary to eliminate these challenges that are proved to be serious impediments to women’s participation. FEFA believes if certain changes are developed in the laws and are properly implemented, they can help enhance women’s political rights and electoral participation.