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Recruiting Leadership

Let’s talk leader to leader about recruiting help for your ministry. I recently attended a forum where I had the opportunity to meet with a number of women who lead women’s ministries in a variety of churches here in Texas. A common problem was recruiting leadership, which is a need for all ministries, not simply those for women. Although I speak out of my experience with women’s ministry, the principles I am sharing with you transfer to any type of ministry in which you may be involved.

As we learn in 1 Corinthians 12, God has designed the church so that we depend upon one another and need one another. No one person is to take on all of the work for the ministry. Many times it may seem easier to simply complete the task yourself, but in doing so, you are failing to develop and use the rest of the body of Christ as it is designed to function. Additionally, you become in danger of burning out by taking on tasks outside of your giftedness, which take far more energy than those for which the Holy Spirit empowers you. As leaders, we must focus on the tasks for which we are shaped and prepared by God and give away those that fit others.

Even when I am able to complete a task myself and am gifted to do it, I must first consider the priorities on my own time. I generally ask myself these kinds of questions. Is it the best use of my own time? Is it something that only I can do or is it something that I can give away? Often, the answers determine that I should spend time finding the right woman to do the job instead of taking it on myself. I have discovered that in the long run it is a better investment of my time to recruit a leader.

There is a second consideration. By doing it myself, I may be failing to help other women grow in their leadership skills. My job as the leader of the ministry is to equip the body of Christ to do ministry (Eph. 4:11-12). I am to develop other women to become leaders and to encourage them to serve with the gifts that God has given them, even when I have those same gifts.

The women I recruit are those with proven faithfulness to small tasks, with spiritual maturity, and who seem to have the necessary giftedness and heart for the particular position. I always involve a team of women to pray with me about the selection, asking God to raise up just the right woman for each task.

A huge mistake commonly made in recruiting leadership is failing to have complete job descriptions which explain the responsibilities involved. I prepare job descriptions for most positions, both small and large. That way there is no question about what I am asking the person to do. One complaint that I have heard often from those who have taken on tasks in churches is that they were not told everything involved and therefore felt deceived. A job description is a helpful way to make sure that does not happen.

Below you will find some samples of the job descriptions that we use in our ministry. You may not have these particular positions, but these examples will help you understand what to include in your own description. Every year before I recruit a new leader, I revisit the job description considering what has changed in the position. I want to be sure that the recruit has a genuine understanding of what I am asking her to do.

Sometimes I forget my own guidelines, however. Just two months ago I recruited a woman to be the coordinator of the morning Bible study for this next year. The current coordinator had already talked to her about it, and I just assumed they had discussed what was involved. I failed to give her a job description. When she heard about our upcoming meeting with the Women’s Ministry Leadership Team, she was surprised. She didn’t realize that she would be expected to be a part of those meetings as well. As a result, I had to give her the option to bow out of the position because she was not aware of all that was involved. Thankfully, she decided to take the position as it was outlined in the job description!

If you want to recruit great leaders, it is very important to give away not only the responsibility for the work but also the authority to carry it out. I supervise and oversee but do not micromanage the women in my leadership. A job description reveals the limits of their authority and delineates their responsibilities.

Recruiting leadership frees you to focus on the areas where God has uniquely gifted and called you; it offers others the joy of serving God and his people; and it allows them a place to realize their significance in the work of God’s kingdom. I encourage you to prioritize recruiting and growing a team of leaders for your own ministry.

Chairperson Women’s Ministry Leadership Team Job Description

Reports to the Minister to Women

Primary Function: To chair & supervise the Women’s Ministry Leadership Team and to advise and assist the Minister to Women when the Team is not in session.

Responsibilities:

1. She shall prepare agendas and chair the monthly Women’s Ministry Leadership Team meetings and annual Retreat.

2. She shall supervise each member of the Leadership Team is functioning in her area of responsibility.

3. She shall get monthly reports from all team members and use them to provide one report for the team by the 5th of each month.

4. She shall provide a calendar of events and meeting dates for each member.

5. She shall be responsible for keeping the Team informed between meetings.

6. She shall meet regularly with the Minister to Women.

7. She shall encourage and support others in their positions on the Leadership Team and shall make the Women’s Ministry her priority ministry while on the Team, attending as many events for the WM and the WMLT as possible.

8. She shall provide prayer support for the Leadership Team and all areas of the Women’s Ministry.

Morning Bible Study Job Descriptions

Coordinator of Morning Bible Studies

Reports to the Chairperson of Women's Ministry Leadership Team

Primary Function: To oversee the operation of the morning Bible Studies.

Responsibilities:

1. She shall serve on the Women’s Ministry Leadership team, attending meetings, retreat, and other WMLT functions. She shall keep up with communications from all team members and WM Assistant.

2. She shall work with the Bible teacher, the Evening Bible Study Coordinator, and all involved to see that the teacher’s needs are met as requested.

3. She and the Evening Bible Study Coordinator will coordinate the room set-ups with the WM Assistant.

4. She shall work with the Minister to Women and the Small Group Leader’s Coach to plan for all aspects of leadership training.

5. She shall work with the Communications Coordinator and the Evening Bible Study Coordinator on Bible study publicity.

6. She shall coordinate all details of the a.m. study, working with her team to ensure all is prepared each week (registration materials, handouts for leaders, cd’s, signup sheets, handouts on tables, hospitality, av, etc.) She shall ensure a hospitable environment, working with the hospitality team leader to buy tablecloths, tea, etc.

7. She shall record offerings. She shall coordinate the deposit with the WM Assistant.

8. She shall work with the Women’s Ministry Assistant to see that the name tags and lists of participants are prepared.

9. She shall work with the Minister to Women to plan and prepare for all aspects of Celebration Day at the end of each semester.

10. She shall work with the Evening Coordinator to identify supply needs or changes to the facility set-up and to maintain ministry equipment and supply closets (prayer cards, cd order forms, name tags, etc). They shall clean out the Bible study closet each year before the fall semester begins.

11. She shall recruit and supervise a team of women, who shall then recruit and supervise their own teams: a Small Group Leaders’ Coach (with input from the Minister to Women), an A/V Team Leader, a Hospitality Team Leader, a Worship Team Leader (with input from the Minister to Women), a Missions Team Leader, a Registration Team Leader, and a setup/cleanup committee.

12. She shall make announcements at Bible study or designate an intern to do so.

13. She shall tabulate all Bible study evaluations and prepare a report for the WMLT.

14. She shall support and encourage others in their position on the Women’s Ministry Leadership Team.

15. She shall make the Women’s Ministry her ministry priority and attend as many Women’s (and WMLT) functions as possible (this includes the events planned for the church).

16. She shall provide prayer support for the Leadership Team and all areas of the Women’s Ministry.

Morning Worship Team Leader

Reports to the Morning Bible Study Coordinator

Primary responsibility: To provide weekly time for worship at Bible study

1. Select Worship team (musicians, singers)

2. Select & coordinate practice of each week’s music

3. Provide PowerPoint Slides with words to music to A/V Team Leader

4. Select “Mood” music for background before & after sessions

5. Leads worship

Morning Registration Team Leader

Reports to the Morning Bible Study Coordinator

Primary responsibility: To register women for morning Bible study

1. Work with the Evening Registration Team Leader and WM Administrative Assistant to request tables and supplies as needed for registration and to man registration tables on Sunday AM 3 weeks before the study begins

2. Man registration tables first three Tuesday mornings of the study

3. Schedule help with registration as needed

Morning Setup/Cleanup Team Leader

Reports to the Morning Bible Study Coordinator

Primary responsibility: To organize setup and cleanups for Tues. a.m.

1. Setup/Cleanup tables in Foyer (registration, nametags, tape orders, misc. ministry sign-ups) and in CLC

2. Distribute & collect everything needed on tables or in halls or rooms

Morning A/V Team Leader

Reports to the Morning Bible Study Coordinator

Primary responsibility: To setup and run all A/V equipment

1. Setup/test equipment

2. Practice worship slides (provided by Worship Team) & adjust mics as needed

3. Play selected mood music (chosen by Worship Team) before & after session

4. Adjust lighting & sound as needed

5. Run lesson slides (provided by Admin)

6. Run slides of announcements, small groups, etc. according to list

7. Run equipment as needed

8. Burn cd of lesson and deliver labeled cd to WM Admin

9. Put away equipment

10. Recruit, supervise, and train a team of women to help with all responsibilities

Morning Hospitality Team Leader

Reports to the Morning Bible Study Coordinator

Primary responsibility: To organize refreshments and setup and clean up for Tuesday Morning

1. Coordinate with the Evening Hospitality Team Leader to supply tea, etc.

2. Work with the Morning Coordinator to determine how to set up the rooms

3. Arrive early every Tuesday to check setups

4. Schedule weekly snacks through small groups

5. Plan and arrange for the Praise Day brunch at the end of the study

6. Recruit a team of women to help as needed

7. Setup/Cleanup tables in Foyer and Quad

8. Distribute & collect all handouts, etc. needed on tables

Evening Bible Study Job Descriptions

Coordinator of Evening Bible Studies Job Description

Reports to the Chairperson of the Women's Ministry Leadership Team

Primary Function: To oversee the operation of the Evening Bible Studies.

Responsibilities:

1. She shall serve on the Women’s Ministry Leadership Team, attending meetings, retreat, and other WMLT functions. She shall keep up with communications from all team members and WM Assistant.

2. She shall work with the Bible teacher, the Morning Bible Study Coordinator, and all involved to see that the teacher’s needs are met as requested.

3. She shall work with the Morning Bible Study Coordinator to coordinate the CLC meeting room set-ups with the Women’s Ministry Assist.

4. She shall work with the Minister to Women and the Small Group Leader’s Coaches to plan for all aspects of leadership training.

5. She shall work with the Communications Coordinator and the Morning Bible Study Coordinator on Bible study publicity.

6. She shall coordinate all details of the p.m. study, working with her team to ensure all is prepared each week (registration materials, handouts for leaders, cd’s, signup sheets, handouts on tables, hospitality, a/v, etc.) She shall ensure a hospitable environment, working with the hospitality team leader to buy tablecloths, tea, etc.

7. She shall record offerings and coordinate donations with the WM Admin.

8. She shall work with the Women’s Ministry Admin to see that the name tags and lists of participants are prepared.

9. She shall work with the Minister to Women to plan and prepare for all aspects of Celebration Day at the end of each semester.

10. She shall work with the Morning Coordinator to identify supply needs or changes to the facility set-up and to maintain ministry equipment and supply closets (prayer cards, cd order forms, name tags, etc). Together they shall clean out the Bible Study closet each year before the fall semester begins.

11. She shall recruit and supervise a team of women, who then shall recruit and supervise their own teams: Small Group Leaders’ Coaches (with input from the Minister to Women), an A/V Team Leader, a Hospitality Team Leader, an Evening Worship Team Leader (with input from the Minister to Women), a Missions Team Leader, a Registration Team Leader, a Setup/cleanup Team Leader.

12. She shall make announcements at Bible study or designate an intern to do so.

13. She shall tabulate all Bible study evaluations and prepare a report for the WMLT.

14. She shall support and encourage others in their position on the WMLT.

15. She shall make the Women’s Ministry her ministry priority and attend as many Women’s (and WMLT) functions as possible (this includes the events planned for the church).

16. She shall provide prayer support for the Leadership Team and all areas of Women’s Ministry.

Evening Worship Team Leader

Reports to the Evening Bible Study Coordinator

Primary responsibility: To provide weekly time for worship at Bible study

1. Select Worship team (musicians, singers)

2. Select & coordinate practice of each week’s music

3. Provide PowerPoint Slides with words to music to A/V Team Leader

4. Select “Mood” music for background before & after sessions

5. Lead worship

Evening A/V Team Leader

Reports to the Evening Bible Study Coordinator

Primary responsibility: To setup and run all A/V equipment

1. Setup/test equipment

2. Practice worship slides (provided by Worship Team) & adjust mics as needed

3. Play selected mood music before & after session

4. Adjust lighting & sound as needed

5. Run lesson slides (provided by Admin)

6. Run slides of announcements, small groups, etc. according to Coordinator’s list

7. Run other equipment as needed

8. Burn CD of Bible lesson and deliver labeled cd to WM Admin

9. Put away equipment

10. Recruit, supervise, and train a team of women to help with all responsibilities

Evening Registration Team Leader

Reports to the Evening Bible Study Coordinator

Primary responsibility: To register women for evening Bible study

1. Work with the Morning Registration Team Leader to man registration tables on Sunday AM

2. Man registration tables on Wednesday nights

3. Schedule team to help with registration as needed

Evening Hospitality Team Leader

Reports to the Evening Bible Study Coordinator

Primary responsibility: To organize setups/cleanups and food as needed on Wed. nights

1. Coordinate with the A.M. Hospitality Team Leader to purchase tea, etc.

2. Work with the P.M. Coordinator to plan set-ups

3. Arrive early every Wednesday to check setups

4. Plan and arrange for a light dinner during Missionary Week on Tuesday night

5. Plan and arrange for the Praise Day dinner at the end of the study

6. Recruit a team of women to help as needed

7. Distribute & collect everything needed on tables or in halls or rooms

Summer Bible Study Coordinator Job Description

Reports to: Minister to Women

Primary function: To coordinate all aspects of the women’s summer Bible study

Responsibilities:

1. She shall recruit small group leaders with input from spring leaders and Minister to Women.

2. She shall coordinate the CLC meeting room set-up with the WM Admin.

3. She shall work with the Admin or Data Base volunteer to see that the name tags are prepared as well as lists of attendees.

4. She shall identify supply needs or changes to the facility set-up and maintain ministry equipment and supply closets (blank tapes, batteries, name tags, etc), and let the Intern know what needs to be ordered and replaced.

5. She shall work with the Intern to order all materials needed and then distribute them to the leaders the first week.

6. She shall arrange a schedule for snacks and recruit a hospitality team leader to remind the groups the week before.

7. She shall recruit a registration team leader to organize registration, or she shall herself recruit women to help with registration in the worship center foyer the weekends preceding the study and the last weeks of the spring study.

8. She shall recruit an AV team leader who will be responsible to make sure someone is there to work the equipment each week.

9. She shall distribute all supplies, rosters, evaluations, announcements, etc. to the various leaders each week as needed.

10. She shall work with the Minister to Women to plan training and follow-up meetings with the leaders.

11. She shall prayerfully support the leaders and the women registered for the summer.

Women’s Ministry Small Group Leaders’ Coach Job Description

Reports to the AM or PM Coordinator

Primary Function: To recruit and serve as a coach for the small group leaders.

Responsibilities:

1. She shall prayerfully seek out women of Northwest to lead small groups for the Bible studies with input from current leaders, the Coordinator, and the Minister to Women.

2. She shall visit her assigned small groups and help the leaders with any weaknesses or problem areas.

3. She shall provide encouragement, support, and help to the small group leaders who are assigned to her. She shall meet one-on-one with them at least once a semester. She shall pray for them and contact them regularly one-on-one, shepherding them as needed. Her primary focus at these times shall be their personal spiritual health and development.

4. She shall coordinate the placement of women into intergenerational small groups before the semester begins and during the semester as women join.

5. She shall work with the Minister to Women and the Coordinator to plan training for small group leaders before the classes begin each semester.

6. She shall plan for additional training for the leaders at the weekly leader meetings as time permits.

7. She shall make regular contact with the small group leaders by email to encourage them or to help them plan for upcoming issues in the lessons or issues that may come up outside of the lesson.

8. She shall lead the prayer time at the weekly leader meetings and see that the leaders’ prayer requests are sent out by e-mail.

9. She shall provide prayer support for the Women’s Bible Study and the leaders.

Small Group Bible Study Leader Job Description

Reports to the Small Group Leaders’ Coach or Summer Coordinator

Primary Function: To shepherd the women in the group by leading them through the weekly lesson, praying for them, and supporting them according to their individual needs. To build community within the group.

Length of commitment: Fall-spring or summer only

Responsibilities:

1. She shall thoroughly prepare her own lesson and work through the leader helps prior to the leader meeting discussion.

2. She shall attend the leader meetings weekly.

3. She shall pray consistently for the women in her group and the Bible study leadership.

4. She shall attend the leadership training that precedes each semester’s study and the debrief meeting at the end of the spring semester.

5. She shall regularly contact the women in her group and encourage them.

6. She shall encourage the group to love one another in specific and tangible ways, seeing the group as a supportive community for the group members. For fall/spring groups, she shall encourage ways for them to get together during breaks and the summer following the study.

7. She shall recruit a prayer leader to send out prayer requests by e-mail and missions leader (only fall/spring) in her group and follow through to be sure they are doing their jobs.

8. She shall work with the daytime/evening/summer coordinator to organize her group for snacks or meals, etc. according to the schedule she is given.

9. She shall make announcements, etc. as requested.

10. She shall see herself as a shepherd of her group and care for the flock as needed.

Coordinator of Communications Job Description

Reports to the Chairperson of the Women’s Ministry Leadership Team

Primary Function: To provide for the publicity needs of the Women’s Ministry and coordinate communication to the NBC at large.

Responsibilities:

1. She shall be responsible for coordinating any promotion in conjunction with the Women’s Ministry Admin and the approval of the Minister to Women.

2. She shall be responsible for the Women’s Ministry communications calendar. This shall include all dates for the WM Admin to follow in requesting tables in the foyer for registration, worship service announcements, Sunday Bible classes and Bible study announcements, Sunday bulletin, dates for alcove, email newsletters, etc.

3. She shall be responsible for taking minutes at Women’s Ministry Leadership Team meetings and distributing copies to each member. In her absence, she shall find another WMLT member to take this responsibility.

4. She shall provide copy or recruit a copywriter for the newsletter on the Web site, and coordinate with the WM Admin. If possible, she shall design the newsletter herself adding in the copy, with approval of the Minister to Women.

5. She shall be responsible for recruiting women to decorate the alcoves, working with the special event coordinators for ideas, etc.

6. She shall be responsible for recruiting volunteers to make event announcements in the Classic Bible classes.

7. She shall be responsible to communicate with small group leaders about women’s events using emails, newsletters, and mailers specifically geared to them.

8. She shall recruit and supervise a Communications Committee to assist in all these areas.

9. She shall support and encourage the others in their positions on the WMLT.

10. She shall make the Women’s Ministry her priority ministry and attend as many Women’s (and WMLT) functions as possible.

11. She shall provide prayer support for the Leadership Team and all areas of the Women’s Ministry.

Communication Leader to Groups Job Description

Reports to the Communications Coordinator

Primary Function: To contact groups, both those that meet at the church on Sunday morning and those that meet in homes, regarding Women’s Ministry events and schedule announcements.

Responsibilities:

1. She shall establish contacts for each Sunday class to make or schedule announcements about Women’s Ministry events.

2. She shall call and/or send an e-mail message to the Sunday class contacts three to four weeks ahead of the event to schedule announcements.

3. She shall contact leaders of small groups by email or mail as needed to communicate events

4. She shall schedule “special” announcements by Kay Daigle or others as deemed necessary.

5. She shall pray regularly for the events and the announcements.

Women’s Ministry Newsletter Writer Job Description

Reports to the Communications Coordinator

Primary Function: To write the online newsletter for the Women’s Ministry

Responsibilities:

1. She shall take information provided to her by the communications coordinator and write content for the online newsletter. The following newsletters are the minimum needed: August, September, October, November/December, Winter (January/February/March), Spring (March/April/May) and Summer (June/July).

2. She shall include calendar information for a three month time period.

3. She shall include scripture references around a topic she chooses.

4. She shall send the newsletter to the Women’s Ministry Administrative Assistant to be posted on the website and to alert women by e-mail that it is there.

5. She shall pray regularly for the Women’s Ministry.

Women’s Connection Coordinator Job Description

Reports to the Chairperson of the Women's Ministry Leadership Team

Primary Function: To plan, organize, and supervise the Women’s Connection ministry.

Responsibilities:

1. She shall recruit an assistant to help her organize the signups and keep computer records of the groups, providing her with a current job description.

2. She shall recruit other women for her committee as needed and provide them with current job descriptions.

3. She shall work with the Women’s Ministry administrative assistant and the WMLT communications coordinator to plan for communication of the groups to the church at large.

4. She shall actively recruit older women to lead Women’s Connection groups.

5. She shall provide prayer support for the Connection group leaders through the WMLT Prayer Coordinator.

6. She shall follow-up with leaders during the year to see how their groups are going and help them find solutions to any problems that they are facing.

7. She shall provide an evaluation for all Connection group leaders and a separate evaluation for all members in May and tally results for the WMLT.

8. She shall serve on the Women’s Ministry Leadership Team.

9. She shall encourage and support others in their positions on the Leadership Team.

10. She shall make the Women’s Ministry her priority ministry while on the Team, attending as many events for the WM and the WMLT as possible.

11. She shall provide prayer support for the Leadership Team and all areas of Women’s Ministry.

Prayer Coordinator Job Description

Reports to the Chairperson of the Women's Ministry Leadership Team

Primary Function: To coordinate prayer in the Women's Ministry and encourage prayer support for all areas of the ministry.

Responsibilities:

1. She shall suggest and implement ways to encourage more prayer and give increased prayer support to all areas of the Women's Ministry.

2. She shall conduct the prayer time at the regular monthly Leadership Team meeting and the yearly Leadership Team Retreat.

3. She shall plan and conduct the Sunday morning prayer meetings for the Leadership Team as scheduled.

4. She shall send out a list of prayer requests after each Leadership Team meeting and update its members on requests and praises as needed.

5. She shall plan for ways that the Leadership Team can support one another in prayer.

6. She shall find ways to best give prayer support for the various events and programs of the ministry.

7. She shall support and encourage others in their positions on the Leadership Team and make the Women’s Ministry her priority ministry while on the Team.

8. She shall provide personal prayer support for the Leadership Team and all areas of Women’s Ministry.

Missions Team Leader Job Description

Reports to the Women's Minister

 Primary responsibility:  To organize the Bible Study small groups to be involved in sharing prayer requests and encouraging NBC's women missionaries.

Responsibilities:

1. Contact Missions staff for list of NBC women missionaries who desire close communication with a Bible Study small group.

2. Assign specific missionaries to small groups

3. Work with small group leaders to find a contact person who will be responsible to correspond and relate with their missionary.

4. Act as resource & supervisor for small groups as they interact with missionaries.

    · Provide picture and information sheet about each group missionary.

    · Take group photos and give to small group missionary contacts to send to their missionaries along with a brief note about each member of the group.

    · Check with contacts and small group leaders twice each semester to see how much contact they are having and help troubleshoot any problems.

5. Work with the Assistant Missions Team Leader and Women’s Ministry Administrative Assistant to organize Luke’s Pantry (DTS) Food Collection

    · Request verbal announcement on 3rd Tuesday

    · Distribute notices on tables on 3rd Tuesday

    · Provide collection box/area on 4th Tuesday

6. Work with Missions office, the Mission Team Assistant, Women’s Minister, and the Bible study Coordinators (a.m. & p.m.) to plan World Passion Week program

    · Get a list of attending missionaries

    · Work with Missions Minister & Women’s Minister to select speakers

    · Contact all women missionaries who will be attending World Passion Week and encourage them to attend a.m. & p.m.

    · Prepare missionaries’ gifts

Assistant Missions Team Leader Job Description

Reports to the Mission Team Leader

Primary responsibility:  To assist the Missions Team Leader in organizing the P.M. Bible Study Groups to communicate and encourage missionaries 

Responsibilities:

1. Act as resource & supervisor for P.M. small group mission contacts as they interact with missionaries.

    · Provide pictures and information sheets about each group missionary.

    · Take group photos and give to small group mission contacts to send to their missionaries along with a brief note about each member of the group.

    · Check with contacts and small group leaders twice each semester to see how much contact they are having and help troubleshoot any problems.

2. Help organize Luke’s Pantry (DTS) Food Collection on 4th Tuesday

3. Work with Missions Team Leader on the World Passion Week program               

    · Give input concerning P.M. schedule 

    · Work with missions team leader to buy and prepare missionaries’ gifts                            

Coordinator of Special Events Job Description

Reports to the Minister to Women

Primary Function: To be responsible for a special event

Responsibilities:

1. She shall recruit a committee to assist her in planning the details of the event, and ensure that each committee member has a job description and knows the expectations for that position.

2. She shall work with the Women’s Minister to plan for speaker(s) as needed.

3. She shall work with the Women’s Ministry Communications Coordinator and the Women’s Ministry Admin to publicize and communicate the event.

4. She shall book the caterer, if needed, after consulting with the Women’s Minister.

5. She shall create a budget and keep the financial records.

6. She shall conduct committee meetings as needed.

7. She shall oversee each committee member in their area of responsibility and provide accountability for completed tasks.

8. She shall work with the speaker, if applicable) and the Women’s Ministry Leadership Team to choose a theme/ topic for the event.

9. She shall develop the “order of service” schedule for the event, with input from the Minister to Women.

10. She shall submit a follow-up report within 2 weeks to the Minister to Women.

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