Print fashion featured greatly at the unveiling of the World Bank Group’s Report, titled “Profit from Parity” (unlocking the potential of women businesses in Africa) with the Second Lady of the Republic of Ghana, Her Excellency Samira Bawumia as the keynote speaker, it was pretty awesome to see how it all happened.
The report mainly highlights the challenges that African women entrepreneurs face, including risks of gender-based violence and low levels of education. It also proffers practical solutions to them. “It is my hope that the report is aligned to our national policies that address business performance gaps”, the Second Lady said, quite impressively.
On behalf of First Lady, Mrs Rebecca Akufo-Addo, she launched the book, ” Strategies for Effective Teaching and Learning” authored by Anis Haffar, and the Education Matters Foundation, at the British Council in Accra. The book spells out innovative ways to enhance teaching and learning in the Ghanaian setting.
To support Mr. Haffar’s advocacy for quality education in Ghana, the Education Matters Foundation has been established to research industry’s best practices and to train teachers, in Ghana.
African print fashion are always in vogue, as a matter of fact, it never goes out of style; it’s classic and timeless. See the eclectic style images below and enjoy!