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Women who break the mold. Caddy Adzuba knows what it means to live dangerously
Women who break the mold. Hibaaq Osman, a long history of fighting for women’s rights
Women who break the mold. Ayat Mneina brought the Libyan revolution to the attention of...
Women who break the mold. Obiageli Ezekwesili, an exceptional woman
Women who break the mold. Charity Kaluki, born politician, active and a fighter
Women who break the mold. Nana Oye Bampoe Addo, Human Rights Lawyer and Activist
Women who break the mold. Kah Walla, businesswoman, political leader and activist in the service...
Women who break the mold. Jestine Mukoko, “Woman of courage” in Zimbabwe
Women who break the mold. Meaza Ashenafi, first woman to become Chief Justice of the...
Women who break the mold. Julia Duncan committed with women’s rights in Liberia
” I have been a lucky girl/women” says Dr. Temitope Fadipe from Nigeria, despite the...
Khadija Lamin Sesay, Sierra Leone, former beneficiary of a Learn Africa Scholarship at EADA
Women for Africa celebrates ten years of history
African women leaders on the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women
Jezawu Issah and Domyirimber Hawa, two young women from Ghana, awarded scholarships at ICSW Las...
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