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The Commonwealth Businesswomen’s Network (CBWN) is the only accredited organization focused on women’s economic empowerment and recognized by 54 governments.

CBWN Nigeria is a CBWN National Leadership Ground Partner for Nigeria. It is pioneered by the Charter of the Commonwealth (2013), signed by Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth ll, Head of the Commonwealth on Commonwealth Day 2013 and endorsed by ‘Commonwealth Heads of Government during Australia’s term as Chair-in-Office’.

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Join a community of business women with access to 54 Commonwealth countries; no borders and boundaries!

Whether you are a Start-Up, SME or part of a corporate business and looking to develop your business or career there is plenty of support. Your CBWN Nigeria membership will offer your business global opportunities and the power to grow within our network. 

Join a community of business women with access to 54 Commonwealth countries; no borders and boundaries!

Whether you are a Start-Up, SME or part of a corporate business and looking to develop your business or career there is plenty of support. Your CBWN Nigeria membership will offer your business global opportunities and the power to grow within our network. 

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Commonwealth Business Women Nigeria1 day ago
We join in celebrating World Bee Day today. Bees play a major role in maintaining a balance between humans, plants, animals, and the environment. Without bees, food would be scarce, and a vast portion of the population would perish from starvation. It is because they increase agricultural production around the world by pollinating. As a result, World Bee Day is celebrated to raise awareness about the threats faced by bees as a result of human activity and to acknowledge the significance of bees in our biodiversity.

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Commonwealth Business Women Nigeria4 days ago
International Day of the Boy Child or also called the World Day Of The Boy Child is a recent observance which began two years ago in 2018. International Day of the Boy Child Date is May 16.

As the name suggests, this day is about protecting the boys from harmful societal influences. Similar to "Save the Girl Child" this day focuses on "Save The Boy Child" from the vulnerable and negative influences in the society.

This day is an important celebration that draws attention to misguided boys' transition into manhood and how it can get difficult if not paid attention to. It states that gender equality won't be achieved if boys remain neglected.

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Commonwealth Business Women Nigeria5 days ago
The International Day of Families is observed every May 15 to honor the importance of families. Families—both traditional and non-traditional are the foundation of society. Our most formative years are spent with our families and those people are likely the most important people in our lives, so they should be celebrated. Charity they say begins at home, Let’s spend time finding ways to protect the family unit in society. This year’s theme, "Families and Urbanization", aims to raise awareness of the importance of sustainable, family-friendly urban policies.

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Commonwealth Business Women Nigeria1 week ago
Is there a formula for how we should be spending our weekends? Not necessarily, but there are common characteristics that successful women share in how they spend their time on Saturday and Sunday. Here are 3 habits you should nurture for a happy weekend.

Got more suggestions, please share in the comment section.

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