Wife of the Bauchi State Governor Hajia Aisha Mohammed and Hon.Dr Fatoumata Jahumpa Ceesay(Former Speaker Gambian Assembly) grace THE CONVERGENCE 2018     Wife of the Bauchi State Governor Hajia Aisha Mohammed (Grand patron of women can lead campaign & Host of the Convergence 2018)   Bright and early on the 27th of July, 2018,

It breaks our heart seeing young girls use newspapers, dirty rags and all sort during their monthly flow because they can’t afford sanitary pads, the girl child is our passion, we have decided to give 7400 girls is rural communities 1 years supply of sanitary pads for free with your help. Family we need your

Important information on COWAP Summit

The summit planning committee is pleased to note that over 1500 ladies from across Africa and Nigeria have registered to attend the upcoming summit scheduled to hold on the 21st and 22nd of April, 2018, at Sheraton Abuja Hotel, by 9am, we look forward to welcoming you all in Abuja. The award night is open to nominations,

We have just confirmed H.E Jewel Taylor ( Vice President of Liberia) will be at the summit as a keynote speaker, this is one event you don’t want to miss, this summit will birth a new movement that will be unstoppable. Attending the summit is absolutely FREE, but if you are interested in getting a

Arrangements are in top gear for Abuja – Nigeria to host Wives of African Presidents, Vice Presidents and other female leaders across the African continent at the 2018 African Women Summit organized by the Coalition of Wives of Presidents and Vice Presidents in Africa (COWAP). The two-day Summit themed: “Using Innovative Technology to Solve Africa’s Development Challenges” has

Ensuring Lasting Peace in Africa

On account of Africa’s own endeavors and to improved worldwide help, the landmass is more tranquil today than it was twelve years back, says UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. In 1998, when the UN issued its first real provide details regarding the “reasons for strife” in Africa, there were 14 nations amidst war. Presently there are

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Promoting Gender Equality in Africa

Sexual orientation uniformity is a principal improvement objective, and is fundamental to empowering ladies and men to take an interest similarly in the public eye and in the economy. The World Bank’s Africa Region is committed to enhancing the lives of ladies and men by supporting government accomplices with information and fund. Critical advance has

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10 Facts on Starvation in Africa

In March 2017, the United Nations (U.N.) cautioned that about 20 million individuals in South Sudan, Somalia, Nigeria and Yemen confront starvation and starvation if the global group did not act rapidly. This notice refocused consideration on the progressing sustenance weakness looked all through the African landmass. Here are some present actualities about starvation in

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Terminate Poverty in All its Forms

1.1 By 2030, eradicate extreme poverty for all people everywhere, currently measured as people living on less than $1.25 a day 1.2 By 2030, reduce at least by half the proportion of men, women and children of all ages living in poverty in all its dimensions according to national definitions 1.3 Implement nationally appropriate social

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For the majority of us, not having the capacity to go to class on account of one’s sexual orientation is unfathomable. However, in creating nations, especially in Africa, it’s very regular for young ladies to be rejected from formal training. In Sub Saharan Africa, somewhere in the range of 16 million young ladies are not

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