It's April 2020.The statistics of women in leadership position has risen by 20%. In early 2010 , " Principal 2 of the empowerment principles of UNIFEM calls for companies to ensure that there are sufficient numbers of women - 30% or greater - in decision-making and governance at all levels and accross all business areas" says Inés Alberdi, UNIFEM Executive Director. Due to the strategies put in place by the Central American Women Leadership fellowship (CAWL ) program and with the help of donators, women all over Africa, Asia, North America,Europe, and South America have obtained skills, experience, partnership, field application, and social networking on leadership. As a result up to 50% of companies in the world have ensure upto 50% chances to women as CEO. Now a majority of these women own their own companies, and are helping to promote female education and female entrepreneurship. These female entrepreneurs also donate cash to the World Bank for solidarity to help promote female education and female entrepreneurship. A majority of these women are presidential candidates of their respective political parties in their respective countries.