The African Volunteers for Women Empowerment is a pet project of a feminist, author of the novel Awero You are a Woman(2014) and Lecturer of Portuguese language, Department of Foreign Languages, Obafemi Awolowo University, Dr AnikeAde Omidire Ruth. Founded in 2015 in conjunction with professionally and vocationally skilled members, hers is a non-profit organisation dedicated to imparting positive values in young women, making them better, diligent people, empowering them to fulfil present followership and…"African Volunteers for Women Empowerment"
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"
Hi there people this week i talk about a project which was showcased during the 2014 Global Accelerator at the United Nations. Entrepreneurs and innovators provided in the lead up to the launch of the Business Hub. On Monday, 15th Spetember, 2014 the UN Women launched a new component of EmpowerWomen.org. They called it a ‘Business Hub for Gender Equality and Women’s Economic Empowerment’. It allows members to showcase good practices which economically empower women…"UN Women lauches Cyberspace for Women Entrepreneurs"
Today, we focus on Africa’s female techpreneurs. In a field that is widely dominated by males, these young and vibrant women are championing the cause of the African woman. We celebrate them. NKEMDILIM BEGHOFounder and CEO Future Software Resources NigeriaNkemdilim Begho is the Managing Director of a leading IT solution provider in Nigeria, she co-created Futuresoft’s i-Connect Project, an ICT4D initiative focused on education, which won the 2012 Etisalat Prize for innovation and the AR-CSR™…"5 AFRICAN FEMALE FOUNDERS AND TECHPRENEURS MAKING IT BIG"
It is common to hear people talk about women’s empowerment and the liberation of women from poverty and domestic oppression and exploitation as pre-requisites for national development. Issues concerning women are hence integrated in the national policies and programmes. Emancipation and liberation of women from poverty and exploitation. We remain optimistic that our women will continue to recognize that they have a president who is standing by them at all times and anywhere. Imagine a…"Women Empowerment, A Panacea to National Development"