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Manuel Pereira Colocci @SDCC San Diego ComicCon 12h
with and the ! Really excited about -focused business ventures in South Africa 🇿🇦
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AWESenegal Jun 19
Replying to @AweSenegal
(AWE) will help women around the world learn business skills centered around a facilitated online course, DreamBuilder, developed through a partnership between Arizona State University’s Thunderbird School of Global Management and Freeport-McMoRan.
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Marie Royce Jun 25
I am thrilled to launch the Academy for Women Entrepreneurs (AWE) here in in support of the initiative! AWE provides women entrepreneurs with the tools needed to start businesses, which will create greater stability & prosperity!
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ANB Group Jun 3
New week in a new month , continued mission
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WECREATE ZAMBIA Jun 26
ACADEMY FOR WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS (AWE) Are you a woman entrepreneur aged between 18-65 residing in Lusaka? Do you have a business idea or an already established business? Apply: Learn more about AWE
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Nzingah Oniwosan May 1
When women are involved in the market through entrepreneurship cities are more prosperous and peaceful.
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Bella Anne Ndubuisi May 22
Here is the highlight of the first day of Academy for Women Entrepreneurs Faciliators traning in Johannesburg.
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Biabu Shaffi Jun 15
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Nzingah Oniwosan May 1
Sub-Saharan Africa has the highest rates of female entrepreneurial activity (26%), followed by Latin America and the Caribbean (17%).
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Academy for Women Entrepreneurs Kenya Jun 15
The Launch of the Academy for Women Entrepreneurs has just kicked off in . Participants are networking and getting to learn more about each other.
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Michael Maganga Jun 15
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CPA Dennis ayoyi Jun 14
Attending the Launch of Academy for Women Entreprenuers
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WECREATE ZAMBIA Jul 15
Highlights from AWE information sessions held at BongoHive and the American Corner, NIPA last Wednesday and Thursday. A great networking opportunity for aspiring entrepreneurs to learn more about the ’s new program, (AWE).
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Leah Molatseli 🇺🇸🇿🇦 May 22
SA 🇿🇦 team with the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Bureau of educational and cultural affairs for the US Department of State 🇺🇸 for Facilitator Training!
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Marie Royce Jun 26
It was a pleasure to open the Conference in this morning. So great to see how the US government supports so many impressive , especially the women innovators!
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Biabu Shaffi Jun 15
Madam Jane Isiaho of speaking to youths on financial management during the launch of the Academy for Women Entrepreneurs - Mombasa Chapter
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Biabu Shaffi Jun 15
Ongoing launching of the Academy for Women Entrepreneurs. Kiongozi taking the audience through the program
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BongoHive May 23
Replying to @BongoHive
At BongoHive, our programmes are comprised of more than 40% women owned businesses, and although we are proud of this we recognise that a lot more needs to be done to empower women to fulfil their economic potential.
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Marie Royce Jun 25
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Sekayi Fundafunda-Lungu May 23
So pleased that women from will be part of 's new program, the Academy for Women Entrepreneurs (AWE). It will empower our women to fulfill their economic potential.
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