As the International Women’s Day (IWD) is marked today, the United Nations Secretary-General, Mr. Antonio Guterres, has reminded member States that “misogyny is a common feature of violent extremism.” According to him, IWD provides an opportunity to also reflect on how women and men can be differently impacted by terrorism. In a statement by the
ANWBN, WIRE-A & ASREA conducted a very successful two days master class for the members of OWIT 13-14 September 2019 with the Theme: “Renewable Energy as a Tool for Women Inclusion in Social Entrepreneurial Development”. The Master Class has given the opportunity to some OWIT Members to take up the Franchise and some to be
In pursuit of the update of the Women National Business. Agenda (WNBA), which is a Redefining and Reassuring way of achieving Business Successes for ANWBN, Valucon, the Consultants today, facilitated a focus group discussion with the key ANWBN Primary Organizations, which included: BPW IWS NNEW WIRE OWIT NAWORG AWFN NASSI ANWIB WISTA WOCON The discussion,
The NAWORG\CIPE\ANWBN stakeholders’ workshop & round table in Kano was declared open by Kaccima President Ably represented by Vice President KACCIMA/Special Adviser to Governor of Kano State on New Media Uba Tanko Mijinyawa. He was accompanied by DG kaccima Malam Tijjani danzabuwa, NYC Coordinator Mohammad Adamu and Naworg Coordinator Kano Sameera Adamu. Also representing NACCIMA
#WomenEmpowerNigeria CIPE/NAWORG/ANWBN 3rd Series Workshop at Ibadan. The Stakeholders Forum held on the 17th & 18th April 2019 at Ibadan. It was a great opportunity given to NAWORG/ANWBN in educating women on different ways to improve their businesses. One of the key issues with a common denominator to all Business Women is the lack of
CIPE/NAWORG/ANWBN Press Conference at Naccima headquarters with the Naworg Global Convener, Iyalode Alaba Lawson MFR., National Coordinator, ANWBN Chief(Mrs) Anita Nana Okuribido, State Coordinators, Members and NACCIMA Management Staff in attendance.