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In her acceptance speech, Mrs. Kagame thanked fellow First Ladies for the “confidence bestowed upon her to carry forward OAFLAs vision”.
She also highlighted that gains made in the fight against HIV/Aids, were a result of working together in a committed way; and that she saw OAFLA’s future centered on more innovative and
African based solutions.
This year’s General Assembly was held on the sidelines of the 50th anniversary of the African Union in Ethiopia. Prior to the First Ladies meeting, Mrs. Kagame attended the opening session of the AU commemoration.
OAFLA was established in 2002 as a continental initiative to advocate and mobilise resources for those affected and infected by HIV/Aids in Africa and provide leadership at the regional and national level to fight HIV/Aids.
From 2004 and 2006, Mrs. Kagame was the President of OAFLA and she championed with success the “Treat every Child as Your Own” continental campaign