Across the world the challenges facing women are often common in nature and form ranging from discrimination to violence and abuse. The Alliance Francaise cultural centre in Mombasa held a photo exhibition on Thursday night dubbed ‘Women in Resistance’ to celebrate the gender struggle and the spirit of resistance. Both women and men attended the event which was marked by an outpouring of emotions and personal experiences in support of the principles of equality and…"Women in resistance night"
Mosunmola Abudu, popularly known as Mo Abudu is a woman of many parts. She is a talk show, a TV Producer, a media personality and an entrepreneur. Perhaps, the part of her that very few people know about is that she is a Human Resources Consultant. Mo was born in the UK. When she was 7 years old, her family relocated to Lagos, Nigeria and in order for her to learn about African culture, she…"Mosunmola Abudu : The woman of many ways"
Patricia Mawuli grew up in a mud shack in Ghana’s bush country. As a young girl, she would wistfully watch the planes pass overhead, wishing one day to fly one herself. In 2007, at the age of 21, she decided to break into the boy’s club that is Ghana’s flight industry. She walked to Kpong Airfield and asked for job. “I (told) her no, we don’t employ women,” recalls Jonathan Porter, the airfield’s technical director.…"Women who fly: African female pilot make history"
Women’s Studies: Why Female Education Matters Around the world, more than half the young children out of school are girls. Where are females denied education, why and what are the effects? Going to School (or Not) American girls tend to be overrepresented in education, including up to the collegiate level, where the public university male-to-female gender ratio is 43.6%–56.4%. For much of the world, particularly developing countries, the picture is much different. Primary-age students out…"Female Education : Why it Matters"