However, women have been among the worst affected groups by the already floundering economy, which has exacerbated the challenges they face in economic life, such as access to credit, financial services and social security.
Leveraging existing structures such as women’s groups, micro-finance facilities, education and training, and national gender mechanisms, as well as supporting wider political, financial and digital inclusion in Africa, is central for the Continent’s continuous economic recovery.
Women’s economic empowerment is central to realizing women’s rights and gender equality. Women’s economic empowerment includes women’s ability to participate equally in existing markets; their access to and control over productive resources, access to decent work, control over their own time, lives and bodies; and increased voice, agency and meaningful participation in economic decision-making at all levels from the household to international institutions.
will aim to harness, validate, and amplify the contributions of African diaspora women in Africa’s growth, security and prosperity. In addition, our goals at this summit will be to help expand the African affairs workforce, advance women’s leadership in the workplace, and promote the critical role of the diaspora in Africa’s development.
Speakers will be drawn from different parts of Africa and the diaspora to discuss the challenging role of women in Africa’s economic and political structures and priorities for promoting greater political and economic inclusion, agency and influence of women in the continent. Here experts, technocrats, business leaders and social entrepreneurs will discuss how women led organizations are coordinating support for women who dare to show interest in top political, managerial and leadership space in their different communities across Africa.
as part of the major event scheduled alongside the AFRICA WOMEN IMPACT SUMMIT & AWARDS 2023 in the month of September 2023, in Nigeria’s Largest Industrial City Lagos, at the Eko Hotels & Suits.Plan to Attend
Speakers will be drawn from different parts of Africa and the diaspora to discuss the challenging role of women in Africa’s economic and political structures and the priorities for promoting greater political and economic inclusion, agency and influence of women in the continent.
The GIA is a not-for-profit organisation and a product of strategic collaborations committed to the development of Africa through knowledge sharing, innovation promotion and technology advancement. It plays host to an annual conference tagged:
“Global initiative for Africa forum”, that brings together leading international Speakers, CEOs, entrepreneurs/captains of industries, Policy Makers, intending investors in different sectors of the African economy; development partners dedicated to both private and public sectors in Africa, and hosts the continent’s top CEOs, international investors, experts and high-level policy makers annually under one roof for the sole purpose of encouraging responsible leadership, promoting partnership and encouraging fair trade between Africa and the rest of the world.
WEWE stands for we enabling women everywhere, it is also a network for indigenous brands, profiling, pitching and content development using mainstream media.
WEWE NETWORK AFRIQUE gives the public a cutting-edge privilege of experiencing a network that bridges the gap across Africa to be seen, heard and progressively expand in all sectors using multimedia and communications solutions.
There are very few platforms that offer engagement and visibility for indigenous brands, profiling, pitching and content development using mainstream media. WEWE NETWORK AFRIQUE will engage intentionally using its content and programs to create awareness, sensitization, advocate and build networks that will be channeled towards productivity, engage the market space and the decision-makers.
Africa Advancement Forum is an Initiative of Foundation for Economic Advancement Advocacy , a non-governmental organization whose head office is located in Abuja, Nigeria’s capital city, the foundation specializes in organizing top-notch corporate events locally and internationally that seeks to map new transformations, enable ongoing dialogue, and support the search for solutions to pressing issues on the continent, as well as charting new economic possibilities for economies in Africa.
We provide safe spaces for discussion of key local and international issues with captain of industries, NGOs, Government agencies, International Organizations, Civil society groups and stakeholders in the various sectors of the economy.