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Federation of Women Entrepreneur Associations

Nairobi, 26 April, 2011 – On Wednesday, April 27, the Ambassador of the United States of America Michael E. Ranneberger will host a Corporate Engagement Breakfast with the Federation of Women Entrepreneur Associations (FEWA).

The Ambassador will speak on women as drivers of economic growth and invite Kenya’s largest companies to partner with the U.S. Embassy and FEWA to empower women business leader


Federation of Women Entrepreneur Associations

The Ambassador is bringing together Kenya’s top corporate leaders and the largest association representing Kenyan women entrepreneurs. Together, these leaders represent a truly vital force for Kenya’s economic expansion and progress in the region.  Kenyan women, who are successful in business, are also empowered to be leaders in their communities and countries.

Entrepreneurs and corporate leaders will work to strengthen democratic institutions and civil society.  The Ambassador is hosting this breakfast to bring together the drivers of Kenya’s economy to encourage partnerships to improve Kenya’s prospects for economic growth and a more prosperous future.

The Ambassador has invited the leaders of Kenya’s largest companies and the members of the American Chamber of Commerce.  This event is a partnership between the U.S. Embassy and FEWA, building on the first Consultative Forum on Women’s Entrepreneurship, hosted by the U.S.
Embassy in November 2010.

President Obama’s Presidential Policy Directive on Global Development highlights the importance of women to sustained economic growth and democratic governance, cornerstones of U.S. policy in Kenya.

The United States remains committed to investment in women and girls and to leveraging public-private partnerships to increase innovation and encourage transparency, good governance, and accountability in Kenya.


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