The Center for Women Underprivileged and Landed Properties (CWULP) has called for greater action to empower women and girls through digital innovation to secure property rights.
Speaking through a statement commemorating the International Women’s Day 2023 themed “Digital Innovation and Technology for Gender Equality” the CWULP CEO Tpl. Mariam Ann Ologun FNITP, observed the vital role that technology can play in advancing gender equality and promoting economic and social empowerment for women.
“As we mark International Women’s Day 2023, we must take urgent action to promote secure property rights for women and girls,” said CWULP CEO Tpl. Mariam Ann Ologun FNITP. “By leveraging digital innovation and technology, we can bridge the gender digital divide and enable women and girls to exercise their property rights and become financially independent.”
CWULP is committed to promoting secure property rights for women and girls, particularly those from underprivileged backgrounds, through legal advocacy, policy reform, and awareness-raising campaigns. The organization is urging governments, civil society, and the private sector to join them in this effort and work together to create a more equitable and just world for all.
“On this occasion of International Women’s Day 2023, let us renew our commitment to empowering women and girls,” Ologun said. “We must act now to ensure that women and girls have access to the tools they need to exercise their property rights and achieve economic and social empowerment. Join us in this effort to create a world where every woman and girl can reach their full potential.”
CWULP, located at suite 25, Say You Plaza, Akure, is an NGO that promotes property rights for women and girls, with a focus on those from underprivileged backgrounds. Through legal advocacy, policy reform, and awareness-raising campaigns, CWULP empowers women and girls to exercise their property rights and achieve greater economic and social equality.