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Juliet Bawuah holds 3rd Africa Women’s Sports Summit

Africa Women’s Sports Summit

Africa Women’s Sports Summit seeks to present a platform for mentorship, training, and greater female inclusion in the African sports scene.

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Started in 2019 by Ghanaian sportscaster Juliet Bawuah, it is an enabler of initiatives that go a long way to helping African women in sports attain their personal, community, and career goals.

Africa Women’s Sports Summit

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This years theme “Be the Change”, highlights the importance of African women in changing the face of sports.

Her Excellency Hajia @sbawumia Second Lady of the Republic of Ghana was the Special guest for this year’s event.

Africa Women’s Sports Summit

Speakers at the Africa Women’s Sports Summit were @official_bvrbvra CEO of Simba Sports Club, Tanzania, @thatomoeng , SuperSport, South Africa and Naa Odofoley Nortey, Private Legal Practitioner and CAF Match Commissioner.

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The event was held at the Accra International Conference Centre in Ghana on July 27, 2022.

Africa Women’s Sports Summit

Photo credit @pauladdophotography

About Juliet Bawuah 

Juliet Bawuah is a Ghanaian sports journalist who has written for top media houses. She has interviewed FIFA President, Gianni Infantino as well as the former World Player of the Year and current Liberia President George Weah.

She became well known as a result of her interview with Gianni Infantino, on the sidelines of a FIFA Summit in the North-Western African country, Mauritania.

She also founded the Africa Women’s Sports Summit, a program that brings together Africa’s leading female sports names and aspiring ones

Bawuah was an ambassador for the UNAIDS’ ‘Protect the Goal’ campaign. She was one of the known Ghanaians to pledge commitment to the campaign, which was an initiative between UNAIDS and FIFA, to advocate for the prevention of HIV infection through sports.

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