Development Generation Africa International


  • City, State: Umuahia, Abia State
  • Geographic Location: Africa
  • Languages: English

About me:

Philomena Odo is the Executive Secretary of the Development Generation Africa International (DGAi) and a member of Women Open Media Education Network - an initiative for development of women through media geared towards creating women participation and active engagement in open society issues and democracy.

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I'm passionate about:

Women Political Development
Violence against women

Recent Forum Entries

Immigrant Women Experiences

20 posts | Tuesday, April 22, 2014 7:42 AM

Be committed to reversing climate change

11 posts | Tuesday, January 19, 2010 8:47 AM


Add Your Name--<br>Stop Domestic Violence

Add Your Name--
Stop Domestic Violence

Say No to Violence Against Women and add your name today to this UN Development Fund for Women's campaign. Every signature counts: The United Nations Foundation will donate $1 for each the first 100,000 signatures.

Support the Quota <br>System for Women

Support the Quota
System for Women

Interested in learning everything you can about the quota system and its effectiveness? Want to know the percentage of women in the national parliaments worldwide? Learn this and much more on the International IDEA and Stockholm University's new Web site Global Database of Quotas for Women.

Learn to Lead

Download the Women's Learning Partnership's Leading to Choices: Leadership Training Handbook for Women. It is available in 16 languages! You are one click away from learning everything you need to know about empowerment and effective, participatory leadership.

Respect Everyone Everywhere

Respect Everyone Everywhere

If you can no longer remain silent, then this is the time to put your foot down. Join Respect-ev, sign their petition and help stop female genital mutilation. --English, French, Dutch, Portuguese, Spanish

Set an Example

Set an Example

Sign the White House Project’s Take Our Daughters to the Polls pledge and agree to show your daughter, sister, niece or friend how much voting matters by bringing her along on election day. -- English 

National Day of Action to Eradicate Poverty

National Day of Action to Eradicate Poverty

In honor of the UN's International Day for the Eradication of Poverty, participate in CARE's National Day of Action October 17, 2008.


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