Sara Hamouda, SDGs & Agenda 2063 Researcher of the African Peer Review Mechanism, referred to the Review Mechanism’s keenness to empower women in support of the 5th Sustainable Development Goal, looking forward to achieving the 2063 Agenda in a way that bridges the existing gap in various African countries.
She made these remarks on the sidelines of the fourth edition of the third edition of the African Women Leadership Program (AWLP).
Sara made these remarks on the sidelines of her participation at the closing ceremony held by the National Management Institute (NMI), in cooperation with the Egyptian Agency of Partnership for Development, which is an affiliate of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in the presence of Dr. Hala El Saaed, Planning Minister and Head of the board of trustees of NMI, Dr. Shriefa Al Sharief, NMI CEO, Amb. Hisham Al Mokoud, Deputy Head of the board of trustees of EAPD, along with several African Ambassadors.
Sara stressed the importance of governance policies that are based on integrity, transparency, and inclusion. This is in addition to the climate change issue along with the women’s influential impact on this issue and various developmental programs in the continent.