The Women Situation Room Nigeria (WSRN) has advocated the involvement of more women in formulating policies, both in the private and public sectors, to achieve adequate representation and fast-track development in Nigeria and Africa.
A project aimed at empowering Tanzanian women to find markets for their products through online platforms has been revealed.
Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection and the Economic Leadership Development has vowed to work with other initiatives to hear the voices of the vulnerable, especially women and children.
The Ellen Johnson Sirleaf Presidential Centre for Women and Development is seeking driven-female leaders to participate in its Amujae Initiative. This is to encourage and train women to confidently pursue and excel in high-level public leadership positions and empower other women.
Sierra Leone has passed what has been described as a “ground-breaking” law to improve women’s rights and empowerment.
The Delta State government of Nigeria has saluted Heritage Bank for its unbeatable support towards economically empowering vulnerable and poor women across the State.
Ugandan speaker of Parliament Anita Among has implored women to speak up against any form of sexual harassment they experience in their workplaces.