Leadership: Preparing Young Women for Governance

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Campaign for Good Governance (CGG) is taking strides to make democracy work in Sierra Leone by empowering young women for meaningful participation in democratic governance.

In a bold move, the organization organized a two-day leadership and policy influencing training session for executives of the Young Women in Democracy Forum.

This initiative is a beacon of hope, aiming to equip these young women with the essential skills necessary to amplify their voices and drive change within the democratic landscape.

By enhancing their leadership and advocacy expertise, CGG seeks to bolster their potential to effectively participate in and influence decision-making processes at all levels of governance.

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Beyond merely imparting skills, this endeavor is about creating opportunities for young women to ascend the realms of leadership in both their private and public lives.

It’s about breaking barriers and shattering glass ceilings, paving the way for a future where gender parity is not just a dream but a lived reality.

Through this training session, these young women are not only gaining valuable insights and knowledge but also forging connections and building networks that will serve as pillars of support in their journey towards leadership. They are being empowered to challenge the status quo, to question, to innovate, and to lead with conviction.

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As these executives of the Young Women in Democracy Forum emerge from the training session, they carry with them a renewed sense of purpose and determination. They are armed with the tools and confidence to navigate the complexities of governance, to advocate for change, and to champion the rights and interests of their communities.

In Sierra Leone, democracy is not just a concept; it’s a living, breathing entity fueled by the voices and actions of its citizens. And with each empowered young woman, the democratic fabric of the nation grows stronger, more vibrant, and more inclusive.

CGG’s initiative is not just a training session; it’s a catalyst for transformation, a catalyst for a future where young women stand shoulder to shoulder with their male counterparts, leading the charge towards a more equitable and prosperous society.

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