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2024 IWD: Tech Hub Organises ‘Women in Clean Energy: Building a Culture of Belonging’ Webinar

2024 IWD: Tech Hub Organises ‘Women in Clean Energy: Building a Culture of Belonging’ Webinar


Chetanne Chinelo, Enugu

To mark the 2024 International Women’s Day celebration, the Clean Technology Hub, an energy innovation center has announced plans to hold a webinar spotlight.


The free webinar tagged ‘Women in Clean Energy: Building a Culture of Belonging’ and scheduled to hold this Wednesday, March 6, 2024, by 2pm, has as its focus: “creating an environment where every woman feels a sense of belonging and acceptance, and where every woman’s voice is not just heard but celebrated, while inspiring change in the workplace”.

In a statement made available to Pacesetter by Nneoma Eneh, the hub’s Associate in Gender and Clean Cooking, she noted that the theme for the 2024 International Women’s Day celebration, “Inspire Inclusion”, is a challenge to “consider the transformative potential that diversity holds for both individuals and organizations, as well as the power of diversity”.

She held that being diverse isn’t just a checkbox but also a catalyst for growth, innovation and creativity in a community or organization practicing inspired inclusion.


Part of her statement reads:

“International Women’s Day is celebrated annually on March 8. It offers an opportunity to reflect on progress made, to call for change, and to celebrate acts of courage and determination by ordinary women who have played an extraordinary role in the history of their countries and communities.

“Clean Technology Hub joins to discuss the value of accepting diversity and creating an atmosphere where each person’s voice is not only heard but also valued.

“Prior to embarking on the journey towards inspired inclusion, we need to remove the obstacles that impede diversity. In order to do this, one must be committed to debunking stereotypes, biases, and preconceptions. We all become more connected when we create an atmosphere in which people feel free to be who they truly are. These links develop into channels for comprehension, compassion, and cooperation.


“Organizations that are inclusive recognize that diversity is a strength to be used rather than a barrier to be surmounted. It is the magic ingredient that takes teams to new heights and gives them the agility and resilience to deal with the challenges of a globalized world”.

Eneh beckoned on all to register through

While the Keynote Speaker will be Oluchi Jennifer, Technical Advisor, Legal & Policy, Nigerian Energy Support Programme, the webinar will be moderated by Oluchi Okafor, MD, MULTIMIX Academy.


The Panelists will include Latifah Aspitah, Founder, Aspitah Global Resources LTD; Eduarda Zoghbi, Climate Justice Activist, Board Member at Student Energy and Martha Oyanta, State Officer, BudgIT.

Clean Technology Hub, with its office in Abuja, is a pioneering hybrid hub for the research, development, demonstration and incubation of clean energy ideas, technologies, and resources for clean energy organizations and environment and climate friendly initiatives across Africa.


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