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UNFPA GHANA Aug 16
“I defied a lot of stereotypes growing up, myself. I ended up being the first person in my family to go to the university.”- Her Excellency, Samira Bawumia, Second Lady of the Republic of Ghana.
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Wouter Kellerman Aug 9
Happy :) Our video ‘Aishwarya’ tells the story of a young girl who leaves home to follow her dreams 😊 Let’s work hard to achieve equality in education – as the old African Proverb says, ‘If you educate a woman, you educate a nation”
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Demaries Creations Aug 17
Powerful keynote address by Obenewa Amposah
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PPC Africa Aug 8
Happy Women's Day to all the women who stand up, show and every day.
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Future318 9h
How can you ? Share your thoughts. Get your voice heard.
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Works for Women AB Aug 8
Who have you celebrated? celebrates who shares that the success of every woman should be the inspiration to another. We should raise each other up. Make sure you’re very courageous: be strong, be extremely kind, and above all be humble.
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Saph 23h
Such an honour meeting HE Paula-Mae Weekes today as a part of the Initiative. Always a privilege to spend time at the British High Commission.
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Oluchi Uchegbu 8h
You can never go broke investing in yourself.. You can improve your life and lives of others around you when you invest in yourself.
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Erin Davis Aug 8
Thank you for challenging us to share the amazing women in our community, which we so often forget to do. I start by celebrating -- a true inspiration, who can teach us all the power of hard-work and dedication.
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Karen Simpson Aug 16
Tonight is the night! recruitment is on and we cannot wait to meet and hire the great female talent we've invited.
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Buhle Goslar 13h
Progress towards goals is not always a straight line. (of ) encouraging our not to drop out of STEM when they face setbacks. Now a leading woman in STEM she tells us she once failed maths dismally.
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Scot Gov Fairer Aug 17
This week met and to hear about their priorities for women’s equality and thank them for their expertise and support for commitment to gender equality
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Nuru Mugambi Aug 8
It’s lit at the Women in Leadership Network 🎉 launch of the 2018 program.
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Carolina Ortiz E. Aug 14
It is a fact that managed to get into the aeronautics industry, in a time completely dominated by men. What prevents you from doing it these days? Make your voice heard, fulfill your dreams, fly high!
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EY Africa Aug 8
Happy Women's Day! As we continue to , now, more than ever, is the time to . The sooner we realise that we collectively own this agenda, the sooner we will close the gap for gender parity.
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Dr. Esther Dindi; MD Aug 10
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Lamona Rajah Aug 17
#[PressforProgress] 2018 event in Lagos, Nigeria where over 65 employees learned how they can
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JUMO Aug 10
Do face barriers in the workplace? JUMO software engineer Zena Kelz sees the gender gap slowly closing with more women getting involved and tech becoming an industry where men and women can work together to solve problems.
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Women's Day Aug 16
On her 60th birthday, let's celebrate the exceptionally broad and deep influence of the one and only Keep up the
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Buhle Goslar 13h
Hanging out in Langa this morning with the wonderful , a graduating class of and inspiring women entrepreneurs.
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