I was about 14 years old when General Buhari and his ilk launched a coup in December 1983 so I have a good idea of what happened under his oppressive regime.
“The value of women in society is too often overlooked and undermined. The Cherie Blair Foundation for Women applauds the work of the CCEG in highlighting the issue of personal value, and the personal value of women specifically, which is an enormous source of power for the stability, well-being and economic growth of future generations.” (Founder, Cherie Blair CBE, QC)
Angola is on the southern part of the west coast of Africa, and has a population of 24.4 million of which 38% live in rural areas and 52% are women. It occupies an area of 1.25 million km2 and enjoys an excellent climate and abundant water resources that support the production of almost all kinds of cereals, fruits and vegetables.