Women in the African population are over half a billion of whom 40% are under fifteen.
We do not need the big minds to point out that women are important in Africa as in any part of the world. Today’s awareness is consolidated and strong despite the social system that surrounds us.
For the first time we talk of Africa to go the road with the goal of achieving equality in the distribution of power between men and women, the journey is still long and tortuous despite the efforts and the changes that have taken place so far. Given partial successes, the UN reiterated the need to continue with the goals of sustainable development for the next 15 years by devoting resources to equality between men and women in Africa and in all developing countries.
At least we have the conviction of our convictions, given the authority of the source and considering the economic commitment that has led to the drawing up of certain conclusions, for once it is written of a culture that is also culturally and socially advancing, which is overcoming the old convictions and taboos.
Unfortunately, however, always in view of the developmental race, it sees countries think with unhealthy logic of competition, in which the results are standardizing their membership of a band of income and not the process through which this goal is achieved .
However, in the context of global statistics on gender equality, Africa is evolving towards the integration of women into social life with respect to its usual “companions of misery”, Asia and Central and South America.