The time is now! Why Nigeria urgently needs a women’s justice agenda
The Women’s Justice Agenda will advance, implement and improve reproductive, economic, political and social justice for all Nigerian women.
Extensive networking as African women in technology conference holds in Lagos
The African Women in Technology (AWIT), a network of African women who are creatively redefining the technology space in Africa and becoming key players and trendsetters in the world’s creative and innovative industries....
Dr. Omobola Johnson, senior partner at speaks on what tech entrepreneurs in Africa
Tech entrepreneurs in Africa are working hard to digitise, aggregate and organise inefficient markets and industries and build sustainable businesses in some of the toughest environments in the world; and they need all the help they can get. You may wonder whether they need more support than entrepreneurs in more traditional industries or more developed…
Sustainable Development Goal 5: Why VP Osinbajo choosing not to visit women-owned spaces on #VPTourofTech sets dangerous precedent
Why are women innovators largely ignored in Nigeria’s male-dominated technology spaces? Why didn’t Vice President Osinbajo visit any women-owned spaces during the highly popular and attention-grabbing...
Mary Olushoga, AWP Network founder wins award at AWIEF 2017
Mary Olushoga, Founder of the African Women Power (AWP) Network won the empowerment award at the recently concluded AWIEF conference, which took place in Cape Town, South Africa.
AWP network hosts leading African women in technology
The African Women Power (AWP) Network recently hosted leading African women in technology to an engaging conversation on what it means to be a woman in technology.
AWP Network honours Itoro Eze-Anaba, founder of Mirabel Center
Itoro Eze-Anaba, Founder of the Mirabel Rape Crisis Center, was recently honoured at the AWP Network ‘Get Connected’ Forum for her dedication, service and commitment to women and girls empowerment in Nigeria.
We started DashikiPride with $200’
Nicki Minaj, Remy Ma, Monica – who hasn’t worn DashikiPride? The family-run e-commerce business founded by Lilian, Mirian, Mary Sonia, Vincent and Kenneth Ugokwe sells dashikis. Mary Olushoga, Founder of the AWP Network.com that runs the Small Business Corner, recently met with owners of this forward-thinking company to discuss what inspired them to start, how…
Small business corner with Mary Olushoga
The world has given Africa a chance to rebrand itself and it starts by all of us young people playing a huge role in it. I believe that our generation will work hard to change Africa’s negative perception and narrative.