Leadership Skills: HWI Trains 40 Women In Adamawa, Taraba

In its efforts to build leadership skills, confidence and self -esteem among community women leaders, the Hopeful Women Initiative, a non governmental organization has trained 40 persons in Adamawa and Taraba states. 

The workshop in collaboration with other organizations aims to empowering the women to take on leadership roles and address gender disparities in their communities, creates them support network and strengthen collaboration to address common challenges. 

The two days training which held at  Modibbo Adama University Commercial Guest House, Yola, Adamawa states on 14th and 15th, March, 2024 drew participants across Mubi North, Mubi South, Jalingo and Gassol LGAs. 

According to HWI, the training promotes the importance of inclusive and participatory decision-making processes within communities and ensuring that women voices are heard and represented.

“To promote networking and partnership opportunities for women leaders with other stakeholders., including government agencies, civil society organisations, and local businesses, to advocate for women’s rights and advancements. 

“To raise awareness about gender- based discrimination, stereotypes and biases, and provide strategies on how to challenge and overcome them in their leadership roles, ” says the HWI in a statement. 

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