Advancing Women Leaders in Africa

Advancing Women Leaders in Africa
The global community knows when women are in leadership, society as a whole benefits. Women political leaders tend to focus on social issues, such as health, education, and food security to name a few examples.6 Women leaders have been seen to be risk takers and propose innovative solutions to societal challenges. They are advocates of peace, and are crucial participants in mediating conflicts around the world. Their leadership approach is inclusive and takes into account the community’s needs
 

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