Gambia: Women groups express dissatisfaction over number of women elected to parliament

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Gambia: Women groups express dissatisfaction over number of women elected to parliament

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Gambia: Women groups express dissatisfaction over number of women elected to parliament - The Point

A dozen of women groups have expressed their concerns and dissatisfaction over the number of women that were elected on the 9th April elections as members of the country’s National Assembly.

These dissatisfactions were expressed in a statement addressed to the President Adama Barrow and signed by Gender Platform The Gambia, Pan African Female Youth Leaders The Gambia, The Girls’ Agenda, Think Young Women, Equals Now, Musso Podcast, She Awards Gambia, Women in Liberation and Leadership, Safe Hands for Girls, The Victim’s Podcast, Girls Talk Organisation, West African Network of Young Female Leaders (ROAJELF), Women and Children Aid The Gambia, Female Lawyers Association of The Gambia (FLAG), Gambian Deaf Women’s Society and Fantanka.

Click here to read the full article published by The Point on 21 April 2022.

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