Hon. Kafilat Ogbara

 WeWin Stakeholders round table conference 2023

Wealth & Empowerment for Women Initiative (WeWin) Stakeholders round table conference 2023 as convened by the Hon. Kafilat Ogbara House committee chairman on Women Affairs and Social Development.

Hon. Kafilat Ogbara


Hon. Kafilat Ogbara gave the welcome address  while the conference among other things create and foster cordial relationships among the major key stakeholders in the sector, identify challenges faced and will formulate a sustainable policy document sector.

E2E initiative was heavily present at the unveiling; as it resonate with our commitment to leaving no stone unturned in our quest to ensuring the total well being of women and Girl-child

E2E Founder left Olamide Joseph Right
E2E Founder: Joy Anih (Left) Program Officer: Olamide Joseph (Right)

The event have in attendance women in governance, Legislators, Heads of Civil Society organizations, all key stakeholders,

Bar.Uju Kennedy Hon. Minister Women Affairs

The keynote addresses was delivered by Honorable Ministers: Women Affairs, Humanitarian Affairs, Health, Agriculture, Communications & Digital economy and all of them highlighted the various problems faced in the communities, workplace, and everywhere that it mattered for women to be given a space of expressions, but from and the actions and inactions that has continue to limit their capacity and capability, also are experiences from male counterparts that has hitherto challenge them to actually change the narrative for themselves. 

there was two(2)policy sessions

Policy Session 1:

  • Identify current policy barriers 
  • create new ideas and model for humanitarian action and poverty alleviation.
Policy Session 2:
  • To co-create a more sustainable model for implementing empowerment projects
  • a call to action and get commitment of available stakeholders

A word of encouragement was echoed through the session where it was reiterated by the discussants to never give up on their advocacy for women inclusion in all male dominated spheres of life because “what man can do woman can do better”.

“The need to stop talking and get doing is now and all hand must be on deck” Hon. minister Women Affairs  Barr. Uju Kennedy

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