A community-based network organization in support of women, Happy Women Initiative (HWI), has decided to organize meetings to promote women empowerment under their umbrella in 21 states.
The meeting with the day “The Hangout (meet and greet)” is the main focus on enabling women to make new friendships, according to its founder, Barr Ms. Ugo Uzor-Kalu, in a statement made available to journalists in Abuja yesterday close and build a new network among the members, in line with the overall mission of the association. It also serves to empower women with tools and empower them to work their way out of a difficult situation, to care for their families, and to empower their communities.
The statement said that during the event, which will take place on October 10, 2021, various self-enriching programs were launched in the various branches of the association in 21 states, aimed at making members better women Purpose.
It states that members will have the benefit of seizing capacity-building opportunities for professional, professional and personal development through the provision of expert support services during the workshops.
According to a statement, the association, founded in 2018, has strengthened women in similar meeting places in Lagos and Abuja and is open to women aged 18 and over from all social classes.
Nigeria joins World Logistics Passport as a strategic partner Nigeria has joined the World Logistics Passport (WLP) as a hub, with the Council for the Regulation of Freight Forwarding in Nigeria (CRFFN) as the coordinating partner.
Nigeria is the eleventh country in Africa to join the WLP and the fifth to join as a hub extension of the WLP network in Africa and a boost to the African continental free trade agreement.
DP World Chairman and CEO Sultan Ahmed bin Sulayem said in a statement yesterday that Nigeria is a major market in West Africa due to its diverse industrial base.
He said, “We see West Africa as a long-term growth market with Nigeria leading the growth in the region. The WLP contributes to economic growth and job creation by boosting trade, mainly by making a country’s products more competitive through more efficient supply chains. For Nigerian dealers, this means discovering new opportunities through our network on the African continent and beyond. “
Nigeria is the largest economy in Africa with a vibrant and diverse industrial base and rapidly growing regional and global trade interests. In 2019, product exports were $ 63.8 billion, with trade accounting for 25% of GDP.
With access to the WLP network, Nigerian merchants have the opportunity to improve the connectivity and efficiency of their freight
Operations. This in turn opens up trade routes – enables faster and cheaper access to new markets, especially in Asia, Latin
America and all of Africa.
In his response, Transport Minister Rotimi Amaechi said joining the WLP will serve to strengthen global trade opportunities for Nigerian companies and accelerate Nigeria’s already rapid growth.