We must invest in leadership as women. We are tired of women working for more than 30 years and retire into poverty.
The number of women in leadership in Africa is still too low at about only 23% but, countries led by women responded to COVID-19 pandemic better.
“After the death of my husband, I was left with the responsibility of taking care of my children, all of whom looked at me for survival.”
Hopelessness and homelessness drove Babirye to the streets, where she spent a few days exposed to the vagaries of life.
Renowned for her excellent leadership in the newsroom, Kaija became a pacesetter for many female journalists when she was appointed Editor-in-Chief in...
Now it’s that time again to nominate the women you think are the most admirable.
United Nations Resident Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representative Rosa Malango said the occasion is to help stand in solidarity with survivors and advocates...
Graduates were advised to make use of the knowledge, skills and values they have acquired to contribute to the transformation of their societies
The feast of excess is also often the backdrop for a slew of sexual assaults, particularly against women.
The 20 winners and their mums enjoyed a sumptuous three-course luncheon courtesy of Sunday Vision and Royal Suites Bugolobi.
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