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International day of the girl child I am honored and privileged to welcome you all to this International Day of the Girl Child celebration organized by Echo Network Africa (ENA) Read More
Call for peace & sobriety by the women of Kenya Echo Network Africa led by its Group CEO, Dr. Jennifer Riria recently rallied fellow women leaders to call for peace and sobriety in the nation..... Read More
It's not yet Madaraka for women of Kenya Sixty years ago on June 1st 1963 Kenya held the first Madaraka Day. It is on this day that Kenya attained internal self-rule (Madaraka) after being a British colony since 1920. Read More
Making Menstruation a Normal Fact of Life This month, Echo Network Africa joined the world in celebrating Menstrual Hygiene Day. Menstrual hygiene is vital to the empowerment and well-being of girls and women worldwide. Read More
Empowering Girls and Women to reach their Full Potential Empowering women to reach their full potential is essential for achieving the 2060 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Women are vital agents of change in their families, communities, and nations. Read More
Promoting Women’s Online Safety Echo Network Africa (ENA) joined women globally on 8th March 2023 to celebrate International Women’s Day (IWD) with the theme - DigitALL: Innovation and technology for gender equality.  Read More
Say NO to FGM! Over 200 million girls and women alive today have undergone Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) in 30 countries in Africa, the Middle East and Asia where FGM is practiced (Ref; WHO Fact sheet report 2022). Read More
ENA Embracing a Results Based Culture. Greetings from Echo Network Africa (ENA) and Happy New Year 2023! We are excited to have kicked off the new year guided by our 2023 -2027 Strategic Plan. Read More
The Year in Review Reflecting back on the year, EchNetwork Africa (ENA) continues to be Anchored under God’s Providence. ENA has maintained its catalytic role to empower, position and advocate for women (including young women, women with disabilities and women from marginalized communities) towards attainment of their full potential. Read More

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