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To Engage In Research Information, Education And Enlightenment Campaign On Economic And Political Issues As It Affect African Women.

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World Development Information Day 24 October

Hence, the General Assembly in 1972 established World Development Information Day to draw the attention of the world to development problems and the need to strengthen international cooperation to solve them (resolution 3038 (XXVII)). The Assembly decided that the date for the Day should coincide with United Nations Day, 24 October, which was also the […]

Independence Day Of Zambia >>October 24

WAELE AFRICA Foundation Wishes to congratulate the government and people of Zambia on the occasion of her 57th independence. We wish your country and all its people happiness, continued success and prosperity. People of Zambia celebrate Independence Day on October 24. This is the anniversary of declaration of independence of Zambia from Great Britain in […]

International Day of Rural Women 15 October

Rural Women, key for a world free from hunger and poverty Achieving gender equality and empowering women is not only the right thing to do but is a critical ingredient in the fight against extreme poverty, hunger and malnutrition. On average, women make up more than 40 percent of the agricultural labour force in developing […]

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The voices of women could not be denied: Human rights are women’s rights, and women’s rights are human rights.

Hillary Clinton
Hillary ClintonFormer First Lady & Secretary of State United States of America

The benefits of greater inclusion are clear—not just for women, but for all of us. For a start, women are the ultimate agents of aggregate demand, accounting for 70 percent of global consumer spending. So if we want growth, let us put women in the driver’s seat.

Ms Christine Lagarde
Ms Christine LagardeManaging Director, International Monetary Fund

African Women must not be the victims but rather the protagonists in overcoming the economic crisis

Maria Teresa Fernandez De La Vega
Maria Teresa Fernandez De La VegaFormer First Deputy Prime Minister of Spain

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

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

An African woman is a woman of vision.

Esther Ibanga
Esther IbangaWomen Without Walls Initiative Nigeria