Investing in our future families

The African Regional Congress of Families is an African Conference that started in 2009 and has taken place in different African Countries. This year, it will take place in NIIA Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria from 27th March to 29th March 2017. The conference will be discussing the family, woman, girl child and empowerment with various local and international speakers.

 The Foundation for African Culture and Heritage invites all University students  to participate for free in these densely packaged investing days with lunch and transportation taken care off conveniently!

Speakers at the event are…

  • Professor Yemi Osibanjo: The acting president of the Fereral Republic of Nigeria
  • Dr Alveda King: Niece of Martin Luther King
  • Brain Brown: President, World Congress of Families
  • Amb. Usman Sarki: United Nations
  • Amb. Uche Ajulu-Chukwu: Nigerian Ambassador to South Africa
  • Josh Craddock: CitizenGo campaign manager
  • Ada Kakembo: Human Life International, Uganda
  • Sharon Slater: Family Watch International

And many more…

How do you make sure you do not miss it all?

Register now!!

Send your name and email address to Sandra on 07064672606 via whatsapp or SMS and don’t be left behind.

Or, contact us @afara (08023062501) on or before 26th march and let’s book you in already!


Published by Afara Leadership Centre

Afara Leadership Centre was set up in 1987 to provide an enabling environment for total personal development as well as growth in leadership skills and values for young women in their years of secondary and tertiary education. It is located at 25 Thorburn Avenue, off Montgomery, Yaba, Lagos State, Nigeria. It is a project of Women’s Board of the Education Cooperation Society, a Nigerian not-for-profit, non-governmental organization. The spiritual formation given in the Centre is entrusted to Opus Dei, an institution of the Catholic Church

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