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As the world unites to celebrate International Women’s Day (IWD), a day dedicated to recognising women’s achievements and advocating for gender equality, Coca-Cola Nigeria Limited (CCNL) reaffirms its commitment to empowering Nigerian women.

We are a total beverage company, refreshing local economies and making a difference in their lives. This year, in line with the UN’s theme for International Women’s Day, “Invest in Women: Accelerate Progress,” we celebrate the women across the Coca-Cola system, from our associates to women entrepreneurs in our value chain who are running small businesses in local communities.

We believe that supporting the success of women-owned businesses creates a ripple effect of positive results in local communities. For decades, Coca-Cola has distinguished itself as a champion for women’s economic empowerment and development.

Through diverse and impactful initiatives, the company has driven positive change for Nigerian women, from fostering female leadership within its organisation to equipping women entrepreneurs across its value chain.

Recognising the vital role women entrepreneurs play in the Nigerian economy, Coca-Cola has established a strong commitment to their success. Programmes like 5 by 20, Lady Mechanic Initiative, ENGINE, Catalyst for Change, and Equip 60,000, etc., offer practical training and valuable resources, propelling women to launch and grow their businesses, leading to flourishing businesses, uplifted families, and empowered communities.

Speaking on the company’s dedication to women, Nwamaka Onyemelukwe, Senior Director, Public Affairs, Communications & Sustainability at Coca-Cola Nigeria, stated, “The Coca-Cola Company is for everyone. We invest to improve people’s lives, including providing jobs, creating economic opportunities for women, and supporting communities where we operate.”

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