Africa’s Most Outstanding Emerging Women Leaders

Moremi Initiative for Women’s Leadership in Africa proudly announces the 2017 MILEAD (Moremi Initiative Leadership and Empowerment Development) Fellows. This new cohort of MILEAD Read More


The Accra edition of the WoMentoring was held on 17th of May 2017 at Nima-Accra. This session was hosted and partly sponsored by Ms. Agnes Titriku. She is a Ghanaian professional who serves as Programme Manager for the African Centre for Parliamentary Affairs (ACEPA), where she plays an active role in the design and, implementation of programs and interventions for Parliaments (within and without the African continent). Read More


UNAIDS and Moremi Initiative Extend Deadline for #Art2EndAIDS COMPETITION

Engaging Ghanaian Youth in the Fight Against Discrimination & HIV/AIDS

Moremi Initiative in partnership with UNAIDS, hereby announces the extension of the #Art2EndAIDS Competition deadline to June 14, 2017 Read More


 Our maiden edition of WoMentoring in the Volta Region, was hosted on 7th May 2017 in Ho, the regional capital. The session was hosted and sponsored by Dr Mary Eyram Ashinyo at the Sky Plus Hotel, Ho. The WoMentoring series are brought to you by Moremi Initiative for Women’s Leadership in Africa, with support from The French Embassy in Ghana. Mentees received coaching on emotional intelligence/s Read More


This year a solid theme of focus for us at WCA is  mentorship and ensuring that women are opening spaces to support and build each other up not just in business but also with professional career  and personal growth.  This is why WCA was thrilled to partner with the African Women’s Development Fund-USA and Moremi Initiative an organization that develops African women leaders to become leaders. Read More



2017 MILEAD FELLOWS PROGRAM- For Young African Women Leaders

 Moremi Initiative for Women’s Leadership in Africa (Moremi Initiative) hereby announces its annual call for applications for the 2017 MILEAD [Moremi Initiative Read More


Born to Malian parents in New York City, along with her father’s career in the United Nations, Ms. Aminata Annie Soumare was exposed to different cultures at an early age.  In addition to living in the United States, she spent a significant amount of time in Rwanda and Benin where she received part of her education.  In 2015, Aminata studied abroad at the Read More