Belarusian Government invites First Lady Dr. Auxillia Mnangagwa

By: GWL Team | Wednesday, 10 July 2024

In order to create synergies, Belarusian Government and the country's businesswomen has invited First Lady Dr. Auxillia Mnangagwa, an EMPOWERMENT champion for business opportunities. She was welcomed to Belarus by Sergey Lukashevich, Foreign Affairs’ First Deputy Minister.

Dr. Auxillia’s philanthropic works via Angel of Hope Foundation and her efforts towards economic empowerment of women has left the hosts thrilled which led them to invite her in the first place. Her delegations were invited from Zimbabwe in order to perceive opportunities in the country. In addition, the entire delegation is now being hosted and taken care of, due to their respect towards Amai Mnangagwa.

Dr. Auxillia embodied women in her delegation through her inclusivity. Those women were drawn from all the 10 provinces of the country, representing mining, agriculture, construction, tourism and hospitality, media, education, beauty industry, manufacturing, banking and small and medium enterprises to become the delegation’s part.

A part of the delegation, Zimbabwe Women's Bank Chief Executive, Dr Mandas Marikanda stated, “We are here in Belarus as women in business. We came on the invitation of Belarus business women and the Belarusian government, which was extended through our First Lady Dr Auxillia Mnangagwa. This invitation was on the backdrop of the host realizing the work that Dr Auxillia Mnangagwa has been doing and is still doing in Zimbabwe on economic empowerment of women and raising the living standards of the vulnerable communities.”

She added, “The visit to Belarus has opened our eyes. As a delegation accompanying the First Lady to Belarus, we want to appreciate the Government of Belarus for the hospitality, hosting us on this visit. We have seen opportunities for Zimbabwe to collaborate further with Belarus in different sectors that we have. The collaboration between Zimbabwe and Belarus, has positioned Zimbabwe as a springboard to reach out to many other countries. We are so priviledged for being part of this history in the making for women empowernent through our First Lady.”