African Federation of Women Entrepreneurs (AFWE)
Fédération africaine des femmes entrepreneurs (FAFE)
1993-06-03 Accra Ghana
3 Jun 1993, Accra (Ghana), following a proposal of E-XE4174 - United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (ECA). Originally referred to as Federation of African Women Entrepreneurs (FAWE). Registered in accordance with Ethiopian law, 4 Apr 1994. Head Office moved to Accra in 1997.
Enhance the active participation of African Women Entrepreneurs in the national, regional and global economy.
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General Assembly. Executive Committee, comprising; President; 1st and 2nd Vice-Presidents; Secretary-General; Deputy Secretary-General; Treasurer; 2 representatives of each sub-region (Central Africa, East Africa, West Africa, Southern Africa, Northern Africa).
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