The Nigerian Women’s Trust Fund has concluded the review of her strategic plan and shared the outcomes at a Media/Stakeholders’ Strategy Presentation session in November 2016. The objective of the meeting was to present the Fund’s 2016-2019 strategy to stakeholders for critique towards sustaining and improving her work in the thematic areas of democracy, leadership and governance.

Men and women of the print, electronic and social media; civil society and government actors – Barr. Efendu Ebere, President, Women in Politics Forum (WIPF); Mrs. Blessing Obidiegwu, Deputy Director, INEC represented by Mrs. Lakunuya Bello; Director, Federal Ministry of Women Affairs and Social Development represented by Mr Adamu S. Web were among stakeholders on women’s political inclusion present at the meeting.

The Fund’s CEO’ Olufunke Baruwa reiterated that the review of the Fund’s 2016-2019 Strategic Framework at this time after five (5) of work is critical and would guide the delivery of her mandate going forward.

The three (3) pronged framework consists of a Strategic Plan, a Resource Mobilisation Strategy as well as a Communication Strategy and is expected to be reviewed again in 2019.

The process was supported by the African Women Development Fund (AWDF).