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Global Women-Africa Network (GLOW) going to Tokyo - Japan

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Africa is rising and so are her women. With two Heads of States (Liberia and Malawi) and, the first ever female Chairperson of the African Union, African women are poised to bring their energy, smarts and passion to solving the perennial problems undermining sustainable growth for millions. In this global context, this Global Town Hall serves as a catalyst for action. GLOW’s purpose is to provide a live platform that will encourage discussion on sustainable solutions to existing challenges and facilitate information sharing at the global level of successful action taken by women or in support of women in this regard. GLOW’s target is to get people from around the world to post 1 billion actions taken by 2015 to encourage sustainable peace and economic growth in Africa.

The Founding Members of Glow, Ms. Esther Ejim of Nigeria, Founder/Executive Director of Naija Worldwide Charities; Ms. Thelma Horton of the United States of America, Global Development Strategist/Principal Zoweh Holdings; Ms. Rosa Malango of Equatorial Guinea, Chief External Relations & Partnerships UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, Ms. Jeanine Cooper of Liberia, OCHA Representative to the African Union; Ms.Terry Kairu-Kiambu of Kenya, Senate Aspirant, Financial Advisor-Life Insurance Solutions/Retirement Solutions-Global Network; Ms. Aisha Audu-Emeje of Nigeria, Former First Lady of Kogi State/Entrepreneur