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SUPPORT A NEW GENERATION OF WOMEN INTO ELECTIVE OFFICE ACROSS NIGERIA
What nation can truly thrive without greater representation? With a dismal 4.1% women representation across parliament in Nigeria, ahead of 2023, our goal is to support 1000 women to run for elective office, through capacity building, technical expertise and financial inclusion.
Your generous donation to ElectHER, will count towards strengthening our operational structure and reach, challenging existing stereotypes through behavioral change communication, strengthening the capacity of women to run for office, and flipping historically male-dominated political seats through campaign financing.
ElectHER IS EXPANDING!!!
DONATE TO SUPPORT OUR WORK
We are shaping African democracy, one woman at a time… one country at a time!
With a vision to create an Africa where women are equally represented across all elective and appointive offices, our journey only just began…
Donate to support our work as we plan to replicate our ‘4E’model across Africa.
DONATE TO NAIRA ACCOUNT
Bank: Wema Bank
Account Name: TSCN AFRICA ELECTHER PROJECT
Account number: 0123168948
DONATE TO USD ACCOUNT
Beneficiary’s Name: TSCN AFRICA ELECTHER PROJECT
Beneficiary’s Account Number: 0620253204
Beneficiary Bank’s Name: WEMA BANK PLC, LAGOS, NIGERIA
Beneficiary Bank’s Address: 54, MARINA, LAGOS, NIGERIA
Wema Bank Swift Code: WEMANGLA
Fed Wire Number: 026 002 561
Intermediary Bank’s Name: STANDARD CHARTERED BANK, New York.
Intermediary Bank’s Address: 1095, Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY10036
Intermediary Bank’s SWIFT: SCBLUS33
Wema Bank’s Account Number with Intermediary Bank: 3582-026198-003
Can we really push for a better democracy without financial empowerment? We acknowledge the role social, human, but most especially financial capital MONEYplays in tackling systemic issues and impacting at scale…
The greatest problem in Africa is LEADERSHIP. Tackling this issue, creating better governance structures, strengthening democracy, and boldly getting women to Decide, Run and Win elections, all require a great deal of investment.
Now is the time to stop politicizing inequality and poverty, now is the time to invest in African democracy!
Ibijoke Faborode, Abosede George-Ogan