• Connecting women from all walks of political leadership
  • Collaborative charting of a path to equitable and equal female representation in national leadership
  • Capacity building and support through events, courses and community building
  • Practical hands-on training and case studies that focus on doing rather than saying and collaborative problem solving
  • Ongoing access and support from our growing network of global public servants, who are often working on and iteratively solving the world’s most pressing challenges

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.”

Margaret Mead

Communicator and Anthropologist

Image credit: Margaret Mead Välitööl Samoal (Wikimedia Commons | CC SA 4.0)

  • Striving for gender equity and equality.

    Currently, of all industries in which females are active, their participation in public administration leadership is 0.7% of all other industry female participation in Ghana. AWPL exists to address this.

    Read more: Striving for gender equity and equality.