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Fafali Nyonator represents Ghana at 30th GIMAC conference in Ethiopia

Fafali Nyonator, the only representative from Moremi Initiative in Ghana to the 30th GIMAC Conference ongoing at the Capital of Ethiopia is expected to deliberate on Gender related issues with her colleague counterparts from the other African States within the Continental body.

The 30th Pre-Summit Consultative Meeting on Gender Mainstreaming in the Africa Union is organized on the theme:" Harnessing the Demographic Dividend through Investment in Youth towards a Continental policy Framework for Girls and Young Women " is to see some comparative policy re-direction towards gender equality policy formulation consolidation and resolution within the continental body of Empowering Girls and Young Women.

As part of her participation in the African Union (AU) Heads of State Summit, she is expected to participate and discuss on the theme with other African Women representatives on growing gender deficient developments and issues characterizing women in the continent.

Miss. Fafali Nyonator, a Fellow of the MILEAD 2017, is expected to fraternize with other African Women representatives in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia on Gender advocacy.

The Gender is my Agenda Campaign (GIMAC) coordinated by Femmes Africa Solidarité (FAS), will convene the 30th GIMAC Pre-Summit Consultative Meeting on 27-28 June 2017 in Addis.

Ababa, Ethiopia, at the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA) Conference Hall.

The meeting will provide a platform for civil society across Africa to showcase solutions, good practices and progress on Inclusive Youth Empowerment for Democratic Development and to put forth key recommendations to the AU Heads of State and Government for accelerated action to secure gender sensitive youth economic empowerment and democratization at a local, regional and national level.

Special focus will be placed on civil society contributions and input in the implementation of commitments owed to youth as specified in the African Youth Declaration, Declaration 2015 and the Agenda 2063 initiatives towards empowerment, development and enhanced participation of youth and Achieving Gender Parity by 2020.

Source: www.ghanaweb.com

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