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BREAKING| Day of the African Child: Accelerate the Implementation of Agenda 2040 for an Africa fit for Children

On June 16th, 1976, thousands of black students from Soweto, South Africa, took to the streets to protest the disparity in the education system that preferred quality education for the whites over the black population in Africa. Like every year on 16 June, the African Union and its Member States...

[VIDEO] June 12: Gender Equality, Inclusion should be included in our kids curriculum ~ Adaora Onyechere

Abuja - On June 12, a day set aside by the Nigerian government to celebrate 'Democracy Day' in commemoration of the much celebrated Alhaji MKO Abiola who was adjudged to have won the 1993 election which was later annulled by the General Ibrahim Babangida the then Head of state. Ms...

There has never been a more desperate time to show love and kindness says Adaora Onyechere – As she celebrates her birthday on June 12th

On Sunday, 13th of June 2021 was a day the Head, Women and Gender Affairs Cluster Committee AU-ECOSOCC Nigeria, who is also Executive Director, WeWe Network Afrique took time out to celebrate her birthday with girls at Dorathy Njemanze Foundation and Zion Orphanage and home both in Abuja. The visit...

NCWS CONFERENCE: WOMEN OF AFRICA, GLASS CEILING OR NO GLASS CEILING ~ Adaora Onyechere

BEING PAPER PRESENTATION AT THE NATIONAL COUNCIL OF WOMEN SOCIETIES CONFERENCE IN ABUJA ON JUNE 9, 2021 TITLE OF PAPER: WOMEN OF AFRICA, GLASS CEILING OR NO GLASS CEILING THEME OF CONFERENCE: NEW AWAKENING FOR THE AFRICAN WOMEN  Preamble The African woman has always been so close yet so far...

PWAN: Increasing Women’s participation in the Political process

An event put together by Partners West Africa Nigeria(PWAN) which was convened for women's political participation in Nigeria themed; Beyond Voting: Increasing women's participation in the political process. This was a one day convergence of mentors and mentees - Political leadership and mentorship program for young women which held at...

SPEAK UP! Film on SGBV pushes for more Advocacy

SPEAK UP! Is a drama series that looks at domestic violence and gender exclusion. The need for films for impact is critical at this stage especially when it comes to issues like Sexual and gender based violence. This will create an inroad and a sustainable advocacy model on issues like...