Patricia Scotland- sixth and the first lady Secretary General of the Commonwealth, during her visit to Gabon, expressed pleasure after witnessing women in leadership roles in the country.
She stated that she was impressed by the number of women in senior leadership across the field. CSG Scotland asserted that this is really exciting to see women on the path of development in the different sectors of Gabon.
CSG Patricia Scotland stated that the women in the newest member of the Commonwealth are leading their country in the face of complex regional and global challenges.
Through her social media, she noted, “Having women in leadership roles is more important than ever and is a subject close to my heart. While in #Gabon, I was really impressed by the number of women in senior leadership across the field, leading their country in the face of complex regional and global challenges.”
She further mentioned that various women in the Commonwealth also emerged as great leaders with their efficient actions and innovative agendas.
CSG Scotland added, “Many women in The Commonwealth are #Women In Leadership.”
She expressed pleasure that the administration of Gabon extended their full support and assistance in the development of the women and helped to grow the women’s empowerment.
She added, “I’m pleased to learn that the women in Gabon have strong and full support from Ali Bongo Ondimba, who is committed to advancing Women Empowerment, Women’s Rights and Gender Equality in all social, economic, and political spheres.”
The government of Gabon significantly invested in the advancement of women empowerment, women’s rights and gender equality in all the spheres such as social, economic and political.
Patricia Scotland is on her four-day visit to a new member of the Commonwealth- Gabon, and indulged in numerous such as interactive engagements with the Prime Minister of Gabon and other diplomatic leaders.
She stated that the Commonwealth highly focused on Gabon’s forestry, marine protection, climate mitigation & carbon-neutral policies, which have enabled them to achieve impressive milestones in biodiversity and environmental governance.