Care Right Foundation pays a courtesy call on SA High commissioner to Ghana
A delegations from the CARE RIGHT Foundation paid a courtesy call on the South African High Commissioner to Ghana, Her Excellency Lulu Xingwane in Accra. The delegation was led by it’s Founder Kofi Don-Agor, and the purpose of visit was to officially invite the the High Commissioner as special guest of honour to this year’s Dynamic Women’s Summit being organised by the Foundation.
It will be on the theme: “Leadership and Politics; the role of the contemporary African Woman”. It is scheduled for Saturday November 30 at the newly Built Bank of Ghana auditorium at the University of Ghana in Legon.
The gathering is an empowerment summit to edge more women to take up leadership positions. The key note address will be delivered by the South African High Commissioner Her Excellency Lulu Xingwane. Other speakers would include Prof. Irene Odotei who would be speaking on Woman in Traditional Leadership, Prof. Goski Alabi woulkd be talking on Women in Academic Leadership, Dr. Rabiatu Ammah would speak on Muslim women in Leadership, Rev. Dr. Grace Sintim Adasi would tackle Christian women in Leadership. The rest include Mrs. Charlotte Lily Baidoo who would be speaking on Women in Corporate Leadership and Dr. Evans Aggrey-Darkoh who would be speak on Political Leadership.
The program would be chaired by Dr. Esther Ofei-Aboagye who is the Chief Executive of Local Governance and Social Development. The Director of the United Cities for Local Government, West Africa Region, Juliet Saley would be delivering the opening Remarks.
The summit is expected to be attended by over 800 women from Ghana, Nigeria and other ECOWAS member states.
Participants are expected to network, exchange ideas and also build relationships. All Participants would receive certificate of Participation.
Registration to the conference can be done through www.carerightfoundation.org