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Education, Honors & Awards
Gynecologist/ Neurology - King Khalid University- Jeddah Saudi Arabia, 1990 – 1993; Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) - University of London, 1980 – 1987
Shaikha.Dr. Fatimah Tagwai Aji is a Medical Professional who, through her tireless efforts in galvanizing economic support for the African continent, has become widely known and respected around the globe for her work in poverty alleviation and the promotion of sustainable development with special focus on the empowerment of women and children in difficult circumstances. Dr. Aji enjoys access at the highest levels to key decision makers in both public and private sectors globally, and especially in Africa. She has championed the building and strengthening of economic and political relationships between the emerging countries and economies of Africa and those of the more developed world, always with the goal of poverty reduction and capacity building through education, and through the creation of employment opportunities to benefit particularly women. She supports the promotion of information technology as a key tool for both social and business-to-business networking and this is an essential part of her mission to improve the quality of life for women in Africa, and to create meaningful opportunities for all. Dr. Aji was one of the first women to organize the All African First Lady Summit on peace, economic development, and the empowerment of women in Africa. She has used her impressive managerial skills to highlight and promote sustainable development in the poorest nations of Africa, and to highlight the impressive success and achievements of those that are more prosperous. She is the Princess of support, encouragement, empowerment, and hope, and the woman of Peace. She is the very charismatic Chairperson and CEO of the H&HGT LLC Group of Companies, and Executive President of “Voice of Women in Africa” and “Global Voice of Women Organization”and Vice President of International Organization for Economic Development –(IOED). Dr. Aji has been the recipient of some 28 international awards and numerous commendations and accolades, including the prestigious title of ( Grand Order Of Africa) “Ambassador of the Renaissance African” at the World Council of Pan-African Organizations (PANAFRICA) in 2002,and a fitting and well-deserved tribute to her dynamism, many successes, and selfless sacrifices in pursuit of her life’s work. These great many recognitions serve to validate and underline the impressive Fellow Chartered Management Accountant of ICMA (CICMA) success and the power of her vision for the assistance and support of the underprivileged, while contributing to building the social and economic systems and infrastructure necessary for sustainable societal improvement and wealth creation; and especially by the setting up of more and easier to access micro-credit schemes to support small and medium scale projects in Africa; and for medical programs for the prevention and treatment of HIV AIDS, STDs, and malaria. All of Dr. Aji’s many business endeavours are for the purpose of financing Humanitarian projects in Africa to improve the lives of women and children.and private various projects in Africa.
Dr. Fatimah Tagwai Aji is a medical professional with over 15 years of experience. Her tireless efforts to alleviate poverty and the empower of women and children have helped her become a renowned and respected public figure in Africa. She was one of the first women to help organize the All-African First Lady Summit on peace, economic development, and the empowerment of women in Africa. Using her managerial skills, Dr. Aji has championed the development and strengthening of economic and political relationships between the emerging countries of Africa and those of the more developed world. An essential part of her mission to improve the quality of life for women in Africa, has been the promotion of information technology.
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