Wangusa, a Ugandan and daughter of an Anglican priest, previously worked as the national women's co-ordinator in Uganda, was a founding member of the African Women's Economic Policy Network, worked for the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) on the U.
What does AWEPON stand for?
AWEPON stands for African Women's Economic Policy Network
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From 1997-2004, she worked as coordinator of the African Women's Economic Policy Network, advocating for polices that ensured the needs of women, children and those from marginalized groups were met.
Another speaker, Elizabeth Eilor, a director of the African Women's Economic Policy Network (AWEPON) in Uganda, said that for African women, water is an issue of life and death.