The Commonwealth Businesswomen's Network 2022 Africa Summit
This summit shall be running from the 9th-10th March 2022 and is intended to elevate the African Women’s latent entrepreneurial potential to lead and accrue wealth and political power for the benefit of the continent. Hence, the Summit provides a useful Platform to activate concrete strategies and processes to empower women by taking advantage of the Commonwealth Advantage and the Intra Africa Trade Agreement.
African women in general need to know that it is okay for them to be the way they are – to see the way they are as a strength, and to be liberated from fear and silence.
Commonwealth Businesswomen’s Network Kenya (CBWN-K), a Ground Partner of the Commonwealth Businesswomen’s Network (CBWN) which is a registered Community Interest Company in the United Kingdom. CBWN is an accredited organisation directly recognised by 54 governments across six continents committed to advancing UN Sustainable Development Goal 5 and the Commonwealth Charter. CBWN Kenya was launched on 20th August 2019. Read more.
To be the platform for members/businesswomen, enabling them to connect, collaborate and do commerce with a billion women in the larger commonwealth network.
Strengthening the commonwealth by building businesses, and advancing women from the 54 countries in one platform. CBWN-K’s mission is driven by the 3Ts, which are Talent, Training and Trade. Read more.
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Ms. Nana Wanjau
Chairperson – CBWN Kenya
“Women have a platform to Connect, Collaborate and do commerce. Our focus is to nurture talent, train and develop capacity, trade amongst women in Kenya”.
Ambassador Dr. Josephine Ojiambo,
Honorable President – CBWN Kenya
“The overall aim of the Commonwealth is to strengthen governance, build structures and institutions, promote and advocate for human rights.”
Executive Director CBW Network
“Commonwealth Business Women is about finding common ground and a commonsense approach.”