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August Meeting: Igbo women set for low-key event due to COVID-19 challenges 

• Determined to continue galvanizing community projects • Pandemic provides new opportunities to explore —woman leader • We will hold it in line with NCDC protocol —Clergy’s wife • Not holding meeting is like stopping the world from moving on —Ozo Anakwe By Anayo Okoli, Peter Okutu, Chimaobi Nwaiwu, Chinonso Alozie & Ikechukwu Odu –
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*Women of Amatta-Amaka in Ikeduru LGA during August Meeting.

Annual August Meeting draws women to villages

AWKA — ANOTHER August has come and married women in Igbo land are again busy with the annual event in their various communities. The annual August meeting has been entrenched in the calendar of Igbo women and they always look forward to it. It has become customary for most women who are civil servants to fix their annual leave in August to enable them interact with their fellow women in the rural areas without having to worry about their offices during the period.

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August Meeting: Women as agents of community devt

AS this year’s August meeting comes to an end, Igbo women are gradually returning back to their base. August Meeting is an association of married women in Igbo land of Nigeria. It is an umbrella that brings together all the women both home and abroad, rich and poor, learned and unlearned, and even old and young. It is a meeting that encourages women and community development. During this meeting women learn from their fellow women and other resource personnel how to manage their homes and how to live responsibly as mothers and married women.

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