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25 Nov
The African Women on Board (AWB) will tomorrow, November 26, 2021, unveil the organisation’s new global safety in the workplace initiative, containing the AWB safety in the workplace whitepaper and strategy guide.
3 Nov 2020
The African Women on Board (AWB), a non-profit organisation dedicated to reshaping the future for African women and girls globally, has concluded plans to partner Ford Foundation for research on African women as entrepreneurs and consumers.

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