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Offer: West African Sub-Regional African Women's Leadership Institute (AWLI)

Hi all,

Kindly find attached the information brief and application form for the West African Sub-Regional African Women’s Leadership Institute (AWLI) to be held in Accra, Ghana 19th – 25th September 2010 under the theme: “Building African Women’s Leadership to Address Long-Term Forced Migration”.

Please share.

The deadline for application is 30th July 2010.
Completed forms should be sent to:

Maureen Kangere, Programme Officer, AMwA at

Physical Address:
Akina Mama wa Afrika (AMwA)
Head Office
Plot 30 Bukoto Street, Kamwokya, Kampala
P.O. Box 24310
Kampala, Uganda

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Eliana's picture

Very interesting topic and

Very interesting topic and approach. It is a valuable opportunity. Unfortunately, I would not be eligible for the workshop you hold in Accra, Ghana because I am an Italian citizen and don't have African origins.
I am working at a project of empowerment of migrant women coming from Northern Africa, Pakistan, India and Bangladesh and we do trainings and workshops to help women understand the new country they live in and to address them to institutions that can help them and their children with their needs.
The main topic we are addressing is gender issue and we work on the strenghening of women's personalities and raise awareness of the potentiality that lies in them. According to the different levels of language comprehention and speaking, we divide the groups adressing their primary needs: alphabetization, literacy, empowerment and understanding of the territory.
Would be helpful for me to get to know your working methods and to have an exchange but even if it won't be possible for the workshop in Ghana, I hope we will have other opportunities of interaction.


Paul Eliane's picture

About training

It is with much attention as I browsed document binds the formation of women in leadership.

Issue of Central Africa, the Cameroonian has no chance to be there? I would like to know if there's another session in the future? there are the scholarships for participants ?

MEUBEUKUI Eliane Paule [Cameroon - Buea]
Founder / President of Association for the development of women, destitute and youth detained
Skype: cathyperry4

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