A thematic series that engages actors in government, civil society and the private sector across specific themes and issues.
Gatherings of inspiring and influential women, global visionaries, and industry leaders who are passionate about promoting and increasing the participation of African women in the global discourse.
Programs designed to equip women and girls with the tools needed to participate in spaces where they are traditionally marginalised by facilitating specialised learning and skills development in those areas.
Initiatives to facilitate the coverage, visibility and representation of exceptional African women and their inspirational achievements and contributions to the continent.
REAL WOMEN, REAL TALK
A discussion forum that provides a platform for real and honest conversations about gender equity themes and workplace challenges unique to women.
The RAW Summit is a first of its kind gathering in Africa of inspiring and influential women, visionaries, and industry leaders who are keen on promoting and increasing the participation of African women in all facets of community and leadership.
AWB@UNGA explores how the perceptions and stereotypes about black women affect every aspect of their lives: education, career advancement, access to financing/raising capital, beauty standards, healthcare, etc.
Through Chics Code, AWB aims to bridge the gender gap in STEM-based disciplines, particularly technology. We facilitate the school-to-work pipeline for young women in tech through skills development programs, recruitment drives, application advisory, and internship placements.
AWB is on a mission to showcase influential female role models and the inspiration they bring to young Africans. Through our #RemarkableWomenSeries, AWB is sharing the stories of exceptional African women and their inspirational achievements.
An initiative to match female professionals with mentors and sponsors across multiple industries in Africa and, build and circulate a database of qualified women to serve as board members and C-level executives.
The program will research African women’s achievements in academia, business, governance, science, peacekeeping, the environment, etc., and utilise engaging tools to present African women’s narratives in a fresh and compelling way.