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Afrihealth Optonet Association has named the speakers for the International Womens Day come 4th March, 2021.
Dr. Uzodinma Adirieje, Programmes Director/CEO, Civil Society for Elimination of Gender-Based Violence (CS4EGBV) Project/Afrihealth Optonet Association [CSOs Network] who disclosed this yesterday in a release to journalists specially invites all stakeholders in women’s development issues, to an international conference to mark the 2021 International Women’s Day, pointing out that the event is scheduled to hold on the 4th March, 2021 at 10:00 AM West Central Africa (9.00 am GMT).
Uzodinma, in a release he signed disclosed that the theme of the event is “Harnessing and Promoting Women’s Leadership to Overcome the COVID-19 Pandemic and Achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030”.
He said, the Nigeria Honourable Minister of Women Affairs, Her Excellency, Dame Pauline Tallen, OFR, KSG is to deliver a keynote address.
Continuing, he stated that the Country Intervention topics and Speakers are: EGYPT: Investing in Women’s Health: nursing perspective for community development and gender equality – Professor Hayat Gomma, Full Professor, Ahmadu Bello University, Nigeria.
CAMEROON: Violation of women`s rights on the on-going Anglophone crisis in Cameroon; by Fobi Miterand, Co-Founder of Nanny Africa, Cameroon – a member of Afrihealth Optonet Association [CSOs Network].
ZIMBABWE: Mental Health Wellness during COVID-19: Self-care; by Tadiwanashe Burukai-Matutu (Zimbabwe).
KENYA: Reproductive and Sexual Justice in Sub-Saharan Africa; by Barmasai Titus, Project Manager- Sunrise Foundation, Kenya
Uzodinma also noted that the Conference shall also receive interventions from notable panellists, activists, participants and stakeholders in Women’s Development issues, in a global audience.
“Please share/circulate this announcement to all stakeholders in women’s and development”, he said.