In solidarity with all women entrepreneurs on the devastating economic impact of COVID-19 on businesses in Nigeria, the Association of Nigerian Women Business Network (ANWBN) organised a webinar on Mitigating the Dangers and Risks for Nigerian Women Entrepreneurs Post COVID-19. The webinar, organised for the leadership of the network’s over 4 million members across sectors, was
ANWBN Collaboration with NDI Abuja made possible by CIPE with the view of empowering and encouraing Women Entrepreneurs to go into politics and subsequently run for high ranking posts in Government.
The Association of Nigerian Women Business Network (ANWBN), has advised government to do its best and ensure that the citizens are protected from the corona virus pandemic. Speaking through its National Coordinator, Chief (Mrs) Anita Nana Okuribido, the association lamented lack of infrastructure in the health sector and how Govt has been so lackadaisical on
Nigerian women have been urged to build a gender-balanced world, as this would help the economy and local communities thrive as well as increase the nation’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) through industrialisation and SME growth. This and many more was made known at the Association of Nigerian Women Business Network (ANWBN) body’s International Women’s Day
The National executives, Member organisations and Guest came together at CIPE office on Wednesday, March 11th 2020 to celebrate International women’s day. Dressed in purple, the National Coordinator , chief Anita Nana Okuribodo, ANWBN Board member, Iyalode Alaba Lawson, representatives from the Lagos State Ministry of Women Affairs and Poverty Alleviation and other speakers spoke
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