IWD2018: More female leaders in Africa
#IWD2018: More female leaders in Africa
"Tradition has to move according to the time that we live in," said Angelique Kidjo, Beninese singer and activist. It is the 107
"The size of your dreams must always exceed your current capacity to achieve them. If your dreams do not scare you, they are not big enough". Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, the first female President in Africa.
"Girls are the future mothers of our society, and it is important that we focus on their well-being". Miriam Makeba, activist and singer, the first African woman who has received a Grammy Award.
"African women in general need to know that it's – to see the way they are as a strength, and to be liberated from fear and from silence". Wangari Manthai, political and environmental activist.
"I have always believed that women can do anything they set their hearts on". Pam Golding, founder and owner of the Pam Golding Property Group.