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Programme Manager

Elsevier Science Inc


Project Coordinator

UNDP HIV/AIDS Orphans Initiative


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manyakrobo.blogspot.com

Esther Narkekie Kpabitey is Deputy Queen Mother of the Manya Krobo Traditional Area, and project manager of the Manya Krobo Queen Mothers Association.She believes that the role of traditional women leaders and role models within the community is more important now than ever. The role of a queen mother is not an easy one, she explains, and not simply a matter of being born into a royal family and raised in a particular way.A true Queen Mother will have shown her qualities from infancy: she will command respect, from women and men alike; she will be able to lead people when and where necessary; she will also lead an exemplary life and as far as possible be an 'ideal" women; she will be charitable and industrious.A queen mother's concern is for women and the family, but her role is a powerful one: to empower and equip those women to drive forward development.Esther Kpabitey, Manye Nartekie Programme Manager Manya Krobo Queen Mothers Association


manyakrobo.blogspot.com

Esther Kpabitey, project coordinator of the UNDP HIV/AIDS Orphans Initiative, welcomed Ms. Konno and the opportunity to exchange ideas on stemming the ravages of HIV/AIDS.Esther Kpabitey, Manye Nartekie Programme Manager Manya Krobo Queen Mothers Association


manyakrobo.blogspot.com

Esther Kpabitey, Manye Nartekie Programme Manager Manya Krobo Queen Mothers Association


manyakrobo.blogspot.com

Esther Kpabitey, project coordinator of the UNDP HIV/AIDS Orphans Initiative, welcomed Ms. Konno and the opportunity to exchange ideas on stemming the ravages of HIV/AIDS.n problem Esther Narkekie Kpabitey is Deputy Queen Mother of the Manya Krobo Traditional Area, and project manager of the Manya Krobo Queen Mothers Association.She believes that the role of traditional women leaders and role models within the community is more important now than ever. The role of a queen mother is not an easy one, she explains, and not simply a matter of being born into a royal family and raised in a particular way.A true Queen Mother will have shown her qualities from infancy: she will command respect, from women and men alike; she will be able to lead people when and where necessary; she will also lead an exemplary life and as far as possible be an ‘ideal" women; she will be charitable and industrious.A queen mother's concern is for women and the family, but her role is a powerful one: to empower and equip those women to drive forward development. In Manya Krobo, the 371 queen mothers of the area have certainly taken this responsibility to heart, with the Association spear-heading not only HIV/Aids and family planning awareness programmes, but incorporating this as part of a more integral approach to family and women's wellbeing. "It is the responsibility of a queen mother to know everyone in her community.


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Esther Kpabitey, project coordinator of the UNDP HIV/AIDS Orphans Initiative, welcomed Ms. Konno and the opportunity to exchange ideas on stemming the ravages of HIV/AIDS.


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