“Every generation gets an opportunity to make a difference, but the people of that generation have to seize that opportunity…”
World Women Conference and Awards (WWCA) will be launching its Africa Chapter on May 25, 2021, with 10 countries; South Africa, Namibia, Ghana, Kenya, Cameroon, Burundi, Mozambique, Nigeria, Zimbabwe and Tanzania.
The initiative honours the vision and impact of empowering women and youth through education around the world.
World Women Conference & Awards acknowledges extraordinary efforts currently in 22 countries around the world towards Vision, Inclusion, Significance, Innovation, Outstanding, and Nurturance.
“We are inviting women, youth, all supporters and potential sponsors around the world to join the WWCA Africa Chapter on this virtual launch and Inauguration. We are attesting to the importance of education in all industries in Africa that will positively affect communities around the world”, said Yolanda Mabuto the Africa Leader based in South Africa.
“Our vision for 2021 is to drive transformational change through implementing STEM-A projects and nurturing leadership. Africa’s growth depends on how we position ourselves as leaders. Come and learn more about growth and investment opportunities for Africa”, Mabuto added.
“Within every woman lies a giant that needs to be awakened. The launch will provoke and influence others to rise up to be game changers, tap into their inner power to serve and leave a legacy,” explained Ntsiki Ncoco, Chapter Leader of Johannesburg, South Africa and The Africa Training Leader.
Extraordinary women leaders from 10 African countries will be sharing their different initiatives.
“World Women Conference & Awards Africa is proud to host the launch of this rich continent to inaugurate women for their courage, impact, inspiration and influence toward empowering women to bring about positive change in their communities and in the world”, said Ncoco.
The launch will be graced by H.E. Ambassador Zanele Makina as keynote speaker.
The virtual audience will be treated to the sounds of Bulelwa Basse and Ade Nomvete.
Topics of discussion will include: Available strategies for Africa’s growth, Next Generation Leaders, as well as Investment Opportunities for Africa’s Development moderated byAmanda Matshaka: Channel Africa Presenter, Doric Sithole: Diamond Women Africa Founder and Chinwe Okoli: WWCA Africa Leader: Young Leaders Chapter.
The launch ceremony will be graced by the WWCA Founder Ragne Sinikas who established the vision for the women of the world. She encourages every woman to step in to create her own vision.
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World Women Conference and Awards’ mission is to reposition women for high performance, improve leadership, and encourage strong participation in economic and social development. WWCA is a part of The Untold Story Foundation, a non-profit organisation registered in Estonia, and established in 2019. Visit https://worldwomenconference.com for more information