Moremi Intiative: 2014 Fellowship Training Opens In Accra

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Therefore, she applauded the organizers of the initiative for putting up such an innovative programme to mentor the young women, and showed admiration for the young women who were selected from the over 1,260 applications submitted.

According to her, women in Africa have been relegated to the background, such that their leadership qualities are not recognized, thus women are in the minority of leadership positions.

She said however, that women can take up leadership roles in every aspect of the economy if they are taken through such development and capacity building programmes.

Mrs. Cobbah advised the young women to take the training sessions seriously and be willing to serve therefrom, by taking up peculiar problems confronting their communities in their various countries.

She admonished: ‘Leadership is not about holding a position and lording or exercising it on people, but rather the commitment to serve and listen to the people. Therefore, the willingness to serve, confers on you even greater power in leadership’.

The Deputy Minister of Gender, Children and Social Protection, Mr. John Alexander Ackon, emphasized that one surest way to fight gender inequality is by building the capacity of young women.

He said this can go a long way to solve many of Africa’s problems, particularly gender-based violence, in which women suffer most, early and forced marriage, high rate of illiteracy among women, et cetera.

Mr. Ackon encouraged the girls to take their training seriously to ensure that they are able to put to use the knowledge they acquire to development in their various countries.

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