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19 Nov
As part of efforts to advance women and children’s issues in Nigeria, the International Women’s Society (IWS) has held its yearly November luncheon aimed at raising funds to run its projects.
10 Mar 2022
The International Women’s Society (IWS), Nigeria, has inaugurated Mrs. Ifeoma Monye as its 65th President.
10 Oct 2020
The International Women’s SocietyInternational Women’s Society, IWS Nigeria, will be hosting its 63rd and very first virtual induction ceremony for its new members, come Tuesday, October 13th, 2020. The society will be inducting candidates, (ladies from various walks of life), who have shown great interest in supporting its charity projects, and have satisfied the mandatory…
21 Mar 2019
International Women’s Society (IWS), Nigeria has appointed Mrs. Nkoli Ogbolu as the 62nd President.    She takes over from Mrs Abimbola Bawaallah.   While accepting her appointment, Mrs Ogbolu pledged to consolidate on the achievements of her predecessor, and will strive to create better and massive impact with IWS re-strategizing.    She explained that the clamour…
22 Sep 2017
The International Women's Society (IWS) will be hosting an evening of dialogue, curated by well-esteemed entrepreneurs on the 26th of September from 5-8 PM at South Eatery and Social House, Victoria Island, Lagos. Present at the event will be Reni Folawiyo Founder and CEO of Alara, Udo Okonjo Chief Executive of Fine and Country; Arese Ugwu…

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