African Women’s Struggles

African Women’s Struggles

African Women’s Struggles ‘Women’s movements and associations flourished throughout Africa from the 1980s under major socioeconomic and political transformations such as the democratisation of political regimes, the liberalisation of economies...

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When Women Are Left Behind

When Women Are Left Behind

When Women Are Left Behind; In many areas, male migration has contributed to a rise of female-headed households, a phenomenon that has challenged the traditional patterns of gender-based roles in rural areas. For example, it has been estimated...

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Women Shouldn’t Be Their Own Enemy

Women Shouldn’t Be Their Own Enemy

This is a phrase I have heard for the longest time from both men and women and it bugs me. Women are complex human beings which I think stems from being created to be a helper and therefore the complexity. The ability to shuffle activities...

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What Is A Woman’s Worth In Africa?

What Is A Woman’s Worth In Africa?

What Is A Woman’s Worth In Africa? AFRICA’S WOMEN ARE HEROES: THEIR STRUGGLE, THEIR WORTH, THEIR PAIN, THEIR TRIUMPH What issues does she face daily? What joy has she experienced? What pain and suffering has she endured? A groundbreaking campaign...

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African Women And Education

African Women And Education

African Women And Education Women’s participation in national educational systems is again biased due to the sociocultural and economic environments. There is also a lack of genuine political will to ensure that girls are given equal access...

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Status Of Women In Africa

Status Of Women In Africa

Status Of Women In Africa African women have always been active in trade, agriculture and other economic pursuits, but a majority of them are in the informal labour force. In 1985, women’s shares in African labour forces ranged from 17 per...

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An African woman is a woman Of vision.

Esther Ibanga
Esther IbangaWomen Without Walls Initiative Nigeria

Success isn't how much money you make, it's about the difference you make in people's lives.

Michelle Obama
Michelle ObamaFormer First Lady, United States Of America

The revolution of equality between men and women has begun, there is no going back.

Hon Mrs Getrude Mongella
Hon Mrs Getrude MongellaSecretary of Beijing Conference & Former President, Pan Africa Parliament