The PADEV Prize
The PADEV Prize aims to promote the multifaceted development of African countries. As such, it covers all areas related to the appreciation of a country’s development
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The PADEV Prize therefore aims to celebrate, publicize and promote all professional paths, works, initiatives, etc. which, in each of these areas above, constitute a fine example of success or self-giving, which can serve as a school in order to offer the development process of African countries additional paths to move forward.
Since 2013, the 225 foundation has defended the use of local solutions to solve the specific problems of women’s empowerment. Our vision is the enhancement of African women. In this regard, we are convinced that the empowerment of African women is essential to enable African societies to realize their full potential. Africa today is at an optimistic period in its history. African countries are generating more resources than they can invest in development. A lasting increase in prosperity seems within our reach. However, to realize this vision, Africa needs to make full use of the skills and talents of all its citizens, including women, to transform its economies and societies. We know that in Africa women are more active in the economic sector as farmers, employees and entrepreneurs than anywhere else in the world. They are the essential wheels in the well-being of their families and the centerpiece of their children’s future. Their opinion weighs very heavily in the governance of their communities and their nations. However, they still face a whole series of obstacles that prevent them from playing their full potential role. These barriers to the full participation of women are fundamentally unfair. More importantly, they are obstacles to realizing Africa’s development potential. Adopting measures to bridge gender disparities could generate deep and lasting benefits. To help understand the dimensions of this disparity. The 225 foundation offers an overview of the legal, social and economic disparities between men and women. However, gender equality is a positive and forward-looking vision of the development of the African continent. As we seek resources to capitalize on our successes and move forward on the path to sustainable prosperity, the 225 foundation begins with the immense potentials of women by providing training and creating micro-projects.