Greetings and welcome to the website for the World Women Organization (UNWWO). I am incredibly honored to have been named the Director-General for the UNWWO. I have dedicated my life to the overall development of women around the world. As the Director-General of the UNWWO I believe that the overall development of women is dependent on fundamental rights, health, education, and economic independence in a supportive and sustainable environment. At the UNWWO, we believe that all women, regardless of race, religion, sexual orientation or disabilities should have the tools and resources to achieve full development in all of these areas. 

We believe that future of women is future of human, and have made it our work to carry out the Universal Declaration of Rights, the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action, and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

Lady Madam R M draws her inspiration from the Seventh U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan. With the encouragement from the Annan Secretary-General, this inspired her mission to promote women’s economic independence and children’s health.

Madam Angela R M announced that Malaysia is the official host country for the UNWWO. In 2001, Malaysia formed the Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development (KPWKM), determining the work to achieve the goals of gender equality, family development and a caring society in line the United Nations’ Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women and the Beijing Declaration. The Malaysian government understands women need to be equal partners and drivers of growth and prosperity for all citizens. Its most recent budget made upholding the role of women a core strategy, and aims to boost women labor participation rate from 54 percent as of last year to 59 percent by the end of 2020.


There is still so much that needs to be done around the world for the overall development of women. However, Madam Angela R M believe that the work we do will take us to a better future, where women are not just valued as humans but as an integral part of a developed, healthy and sustainable society.

Madam Angela R M is a gender sociologist who served as a Special Officer for International Relations at the Deputy Speaker of the Malaysian Parliament’s Office. Prime among her duties is her role as the Director-General of the World Women Organization, an international Organization with Public Charity fundamentals. She is the first Asian woman to hold this role. She also serves as the Director of the Malaysian Foreign Friendship Association. These programs are initiatives of the Deputy Speaker of the Parliament of Malaysia.

Madam Angela R M received educational and Professional Training in the People’s Republic of China: Mainland China, HKSAR, Japan, South Korea, and Great Britain. She has attended high-level strategic meetings in Ghana, Central African Republic, United States, France, South East Asia, UAE, Germany, and Eastern Europe.


Madam Angela R M is an active advocate of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action’s Universal Declaration of Rights and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Goals. She has made Gender Harmony the focal point of the World Women Organization and the strategic solution to facilitate the equal inclusion of male and female partnerships for achieving the SDGs and the Universal Declaration of Rights.


In her career, Madam Angela R M has been repeatedly appointed as the special representative to international programs and the U.N. to govern multilateral relations and trade. Madam Angela R M has traveled with the Members of Parliament in an official representative capacity to China, Korea, Ghana, and the Maldives. She was invited as an Outstanding Representative of ASEAN Women to the 63rd Commission on Women Conference’s Status. Madam Angela R M has received several awards, including the Women of Distinction Award ASEAN.
UN Photo/Eskinder Debebe. Prime Minister of Malaysia Presents Gift to Secretary-General. Secretary-General Kofi Annan (centre) and Mahathir Mohamad (right), Prime Minister of Malaysia, at today’s gift presentation ceremony. 25 September 2003. United Nations, New York