October 01, 2015 Los Angeles – Princess Maria Amor does it again! Fresh from her back to back travel last month to Tokyo, Japan to attend the G1 Summit 2015 and Seoul, South Korea for WARP Summit, and immediately proceeding to the State of Michigan, USA for a week of business meetings, Princess Maria scored yet another victory. This time, she is she set to travel today, October 1st to the Middle East to receive her “2015 Humanity Award” from the Women Advancement Forum organization. The awards ceremony is set on October 4 – 8, 2015 at the Novotel Hotel (WTC), Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
The Women Advancement Forum (WAF) Honorary Chairperson, Her Excellency, Mrs. Olufunso Amosun announced the awarding of WAF HUMANITY AWARD 2015 to Princess Maria Amor in recognition of Her Royal Highness’ outstanding contribution to “Women Emancipation, Advancement & Empowerment” globally. In their official statement, Mrs. Amosun said “Princess Maria Amor had been an outstanding agent of change, inspiration and motivation in gender advocacy. For Women Advancement Forum, this recognition is our motivational honor that our organization can bestow. Our warmest congratulations to the Princess.” She also added, “Global Humanitarianism is a powerful tool for improving lives around the globe, Princess Maria’s passion and influence to expand global humanitarianism is surely contributing to world peace thereby helping to increase living standards and combat poverty worldwide.”
Women Advancement Forum (WAF) is a platform that recognizes the necessity of women’s empowerment and advancement for the actualization and sustainability of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) referred to as Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and brings together leaders from all over the world to discuss this important issue and create a strategic plan to reach this goal.
For her part, Princess Maria Amor said, “It is a great honor to be recognized by WAF, with this humanitarian award from Women Advancement Forum, I feel so empowered myself in continuously promoting the women’s empowerment and gender equality wherever I go.” She also added, “I thank the WAF organization for recognizing people and organization who advance women’s cause around the world. This will surely enhance women’s rights, empowerment and gender equality as well, my heartfelt gratitude.” Incidentally, We Care for Humanity President and Founder Princess Maria Amor will also serve as the main speaker for “Gender Equality and Women Empowerment” topic. The forum will be attended by various country leaders, multi-sector leaders and representatives particularly the women leaders from around the world.
Past recipients of the awards have included president and first ladies amongst them include: His Excellency, Sheikh Prof. Alh Dr Yahya Jammeh, President, The Republic of Gambia (Host Country, WAF-2014), Her Excellency Madam Zineb Yahya Jammeh, First Lady - The Republic of Gambia/Host, WAF 2014, Her Excellency, Madame Marieme Faye Sall, First Lady - Republic of Senegal, Her Excellency, Mrs Hadidja Aboubacar I. Dhoinine, First Lady - Union of Comoros, Her Excellency, Rev. Denise Nkurunziza, First Lady, Republic of Burundi, and other highly recognized names in world humanitarianism.
We Care for Humanity is an internationally recognized organization espousing current global issues and concerns such as Human Rights, World Peace, Education, Health and Wellness, Eradication of Poverty, Green Environment and Empowerment.