Fallout from the WSF in Ghana

February 6, 2007 at 10:55 am Leave a comment

Rosaline Baatuolkuu sends this message about her activities since returning from Nairobi. It provides an excellent example of how the WSF process continues after the event itself – its real value for women participants and those they represent:

Well, I have a number of reports to present to NETRIGHT the organization that funded me to the WSF.

We have scheduled a series of press conferences, radio/ TV programs to share with the Ghanaian populace some of the women’s rights and advocacy issues that were discussed at the WSF. I have already held a three days workshop with 35 women and male leaders in local government in one of the regions as part of the dissemination process.

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