Women Taking Control of Power in Africa There's a new generation of female leaders in Africa, and they face the daunting challenges of poverty, famine, AIDS and genocide. Guests discuss the importance of female leadership in developing nations.
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Women Taking Control of Power in Africa

Women Taking Control of Power in Africa

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There's a new generation of women leaders in Africa, facing the daunting challenges of poverty, famine, AIDS and genocide. Guests discuss the importance of female leadership in developing nations.

Guests:

Alexandra Poolos, former managing editor and reporter at Womens E News

Anne Gahongayeri, secretary general of the Supreme Court, Rwanda; former minister of gender; head of Women's Leadership Caucus in Rwanda

Rachel Scheier, reporter/stringer for The Christian Science Monitor