To celebrate the International Women's Month, a Mozambican Non-Governmental Organization known as Women Nice, is organizing a seminar involving several women organizations. Entitled Summit 2021, the seminar has the theme “Female Leadership and the New Normal in the COVID Era”, aiming to inspire, engage and empower people through debates, sharing experiences and learning.
The event to be held on March 28, will be held remotely through online participation and social media networks because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Participants and speakers will be from more than 10 countries, with several speakers in different areas of expertise and interest from countries such as the USA, Brazil, Portugal, Cape Verde, Angola, Finland, Nigeria, and host Mozambique, among others.
Among the key speakers will be Mozambican Minister for Gender, Children and Social Action HE Nyeleti Mondlane, UNDP Mozambique Resident Representative, Ms. Narjess Saidane, and Mozambique former Olympic champion, Ms. Lurdes Mutola.
The seminar programms and activities will include sharing initiatives and strategies that can help women learn and empower themselves to face the new challenges posed by COVID-19.
The chairperson of Women Nice and main seminar organizer, Ms. Tânia Tomé notes that this seminar “will be an opportunity to expand networking, gain more knowledge and be inspired more by global personalities, by sharing and discussing topis that include entrepreneurship, leadership. and education; social affairs and activism around women and girls”
Ms. Tome also explained that this similar platforms that aim to empower women, youth and children through various other initiatives are planned for throughout the year.
For online registration please go to www.womenice.org
Women Nice Chairperson
Tânia Tomé www.taniatome.com