Thematic areas of interest
Education | Leadership Development | Entrepreneurship
Touching a life ...
BECOME A VOLUNTEER
According to UNICEF, by 2013 some 65 million young people aged between 12 and 15 years were denied the right to education, plus 59 million primary school children who dropped out of school. Education opens up and promotes the potential of a child as a proven way out of poverty. In fact, education is the only determinant of future economic status and autonomy. Woman Africa has set itself the goal of bringing and keeping more children in education throughout Africa.
In Africa there is a shortage of female executives. Even the most talented woman with the greatest potential often has no access to the tools and training she needs to become a leader who can help others escape poverty. WomanAfrica believes in real, sustainable change in Africa as a result of identifying and developing more leaders in our organisation and the countries where we work.
Women and girls are disproportionately affected by this current economic crisis and we must ensure that women’s energy, skills, strength and wisdom become an integral part of the transformed economic infrastructures that are currently being developed by world leaders. Strengthening and investing in girls and young women is part of a comprehensive solution for all of us, now and in the future.
Challenges & Solutions
The Woman Africa Strategy
The Challenges: Unavailable resources for School fees and associated fees are often probably reasons why most children are not in school as most parents are living on a meager income or parents living below poverty line.
Woman Africa Solution: Scholarships are awarded to the bright and less privileges by providing families with funds to pay required school fees and buy uniforms, books and other supplies or enrolling them under the WA scholarship scheme
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WomanAfrica Abuja chapter reached out to another public school once again in Abuja L.E.A primary school, Dangara kwali F.C.T. in line with promoting QUALITY EDUCATION
The president/founder of WomanAfrica, Rev. Mrs Ijeoma Emeribe empowering women in their respective trades.
What we need is an education system that works for every child, not a select few. This starts with providing a quality education for our youngest Africans so they can learn, grow, and become prosperous citizens. Every child should have the opportunity to receive a quality education.WomanAfrica in line with promoting quality education reached out public schools with learning
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