In 2002, First Ladies of Africa came together to form the Organization of African First Ladies against HIV/AIDS (OAFLA), with the objective to be a united voice for Africa’s most susceptible citizens; women and children living with and affected by HIV and AIDS. Along the years, OAFLA has evolved to become an institution that is able to offer a continent-wide leadership in terms of advocacy in the areas of HIV and a broad range of maternal and child health intervention.
The Organization of African First Ladies for Development partners with like-minded organizations in order to promote collaborative work and encourage stakeholders’ commitment to development programs.
The president of OAFLAD visits Ethiopia
H.E Mrs Monica Geingos First Lady of the Republic of Namibia and President of OAFLAD met with the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia President, H.E Mrs Sahlework Zewde, UN agencies and Female ambassadors to the Africa Union and the OAFLAD Secretariat during her one-day visit on 8 December 2022. Read more
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Launch of the Education Plus Initiative by African Heads of State Lusaka, Zambia 17 July 2022
African Leaders meeting at the 4th mid-year coordination meeting of the Africa Union held have endorsed the Education Plus Initiative and pledged their support at its continental launch held in Lusaka, Zambia. H.E Mr Macky Sall, President of the Republic of Senegal and Chairperson of the Africa Union who launched the initiative said “It is my pleasure to join you [...] Read more