Women Rebuilding Africa (WRA): Leadership & Governance 28-30 Sept. 2016|University of Stellenbosch Business School| South Africa

WHY ATTEND WRA?
The Women Rebuilding Africa (WRA) is a think-tank platform designed to provide innovative and practical strategies that position women as vital role-players in all spheres of the African development. Furthermore, WRA offers women a unique opportunity to understand the godly view of the role of women in the future sustainability of Africa.
WHO CAN ATTEND WRA?
This is an intensive programme for women in influential positions at all levels of society
 Public Officials
 Business Leaders
 Civil Society Leaders
 Development partners
 Policy makers
COURSE OUTLINE
This programme will cover the following core topics:
 Introduction to Women Rebuilding Africa: A godly view of the role of women in the African development
 Political leadership: A look into the African political landscape and develop strategies for quality and massive participation of women
 Business & corporate leadership: Discussion around innovative strategies to increase the number of women’s representation in the corporate and business space
 Governance & integrity: Performance analysis into the public & corporate administration for an effective and responsible service delivery
 African economic development outlook: explores the level of partnership between women and government, corporate and other partners for development

A MUST FOR EVERY WOMAN OF AFRICA!

REGISTER TODAY!

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The aim of LWA Champions Awards is to highlight the contribution of men in the empowerment of women and to honour them for their influential role in the socio-economic change in Africa through women empowerment. It acknowledges hard work and encourages the culture of excellence and good governance in all African societies.

The Leading Women’s Economic Summit and Exhibition 2015 is designed to create awareness and showcase the contribution that women are playing in planning and design of socio-economic development in Africa.

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