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Viola Llewellyn to Join other Great African Women Leaders at the NAW Forum

COO and co-founder of Ovamba Solutions Viola Llewellyn, has been invited to speak at the New African Woman Forum. As a role model and one of the few women in the FinTech industry in Africa, Viola has recently been spotlighted at both community and international levels. Through different speaking and community engagements, Viola has been able to inspire and impact lives. During the NAW forum, Viola will be speaking on Women Entrepreneurship and Empowerment: Access to Finance panel. Being an expert in these areas, delegates will gain an inside of the industry through her presentation and her availability to answer any questions during the event.

The New African Women Forum will take place on the 10-11 March at the Andaz Hotel, Liverpool Street, London. It will draw over 150 high profile, respected decision-making men and women who will discuss and examine key issues pertaining to the status of women across the continent, and come up with a comprehensive plan of action to present as a contribution towards the African Union’s Agenda 2063 vision.
The Forum will include an Awards gala ceremony to recognise and celebrate women achievers and excellence on the continent and in its diaspora on the 10th of March from 1800 hrs onwards.

With high profile African women of influence now on board as speakers and delegates, such as HE Joyce Banda of Malawi, HE Amina Mohamed, Cabinet Secretary of Foreign Affairs of Kenya, Geraldine Fraser Moleketi of AfDB, Aisha Muhammed-Oyebode of Murtala Muhammed Foundation, HE Jeanine Mabunda, Special Representative of President of DRC Congo on Sexual Violence and Child Recruitment, Razia Khan, Chief Economist-Africa, Standard Chartered, Tigui Camara, Chairman, Tigui Mining Group amongst others, this event will undoubtedly be one of the key events in London in 2016, honoring African women's creativity, strength, entrepreneurship and commitment to drive sustainable change on the continent.
The forum will focus on critical issues impacting African Women from - Access to Finance, Entrepreneurship, Health, Education and Agriculture. I have attached the agenda and the concept note for your reference.
Register to take part in this great event: http://naw-forum.com/


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