I love this quote by a lady who is an inspiration and who will #MakeItHappen any where.
"At a fundamental level, nearly ALL women are natural entrepreneurs - they capitalize on daily opportunities, anticipate and respond to challenges, and make decisions that maximize resources, meet objectives and provide for the growth and sustainment of the people they are responsible for. The exact same thing happens at Google, GeneFral Motors, Toyota or any other blue chip entity" The Bold and Fearless Notable African, Viola Llewellyn
Dr. Joyce Ashuntantang, an associate professor of English in the University of Hartford's Hillyer College, talked to FoxCT about the importance of Black History Month
Social Entrepreneur & Africa's Tweet Queen, Kathleen Ndongmo gives us the statistics about internet penetration in Nigeria and Netizens [at Social Media Week Lagos]
London South Bank University highlights scholarship recipient, Leagha Ejeta
Author of Best Seller of the recently released parenting book "Above & Beyond..." Dr. Nicoline Ambe will launch the book on April 18th in Carson, CA.
Please check here on how to invite her to speak and her current schedule
Commy Mussa & Chi Yvonne Leina are among Women Delivers' 15 Journalists, 15 Voices for Girls & Women
Each year, Women Deliver celebrates International Women’s Day by honoring people, organizations and innovations that are delivering for girls and women. This year, we are excited to celebrate 15 journalists from around the world who are advocating for and advancing sexual and reproductive health and rights. Our honorees were selected by an internal review board from a competitive pool of more than 100 journalists who were nominated by dozens of Women Deliver’s partners and supporters. Read more of the story here and vote for a chance for the ladies to attend the Women Deliver 2016 conference.
Colonel Bella Nkoto Anne is the new Regional Commander of the South Region. She is the first women to hold a regional position in the Gendamerie.
Janu with Eposi Litumbe as she explores the world one episode at a time. In this Episode discover Windhoek, Namibia.
Claire Meuma & her organization Repcam for being true her causes.
Recently Lovelyne lost her during child birth. Claire is the reason why there will be an investigation on this incident. A recent policy now grants free maternity medical services for pregnant women from prison at the Yaounde Central Hospital. The Repcam team met with the minister of Women & family affairs and have sent a request to the Minister of Social Affairs for Lovelyn's child who was rejected by 2 foster homes.
Check out this powerful message by Mah Mekolle All in One Mumpreneur, Life coach, motivational speaker etc etc. about Freedom through Forgiveness. Subscribe to her Youtube Channel here for more. I love her post about 5 Women of Substance on Pearls of Our Lives.
Dr. Sylvia Forchap & Adeline Sede Kamga are 2 of the ladies behind Global Visionary Women Network. This year's leadership summit took place yesterday in London.
Ivan& Ivoline Ngong release KamerRecipes App
KamerRecipes is now available in the android store.
This mission of Iya Kidney Foundation founded and run by Iya Bekondo-Grenatalla is
Chronic kidney disease education, awareness, and early detection in the U.S. African Immigrant community. The Iya Foundation, Inc. a New Jersey Non-Profit Organization; aims to save lives by educating and raising awareness on chronic kidney disease as well as raise funds that benefit low income uninsured End Stage Renal Disease Patients.
It's Kidney awareness month. Get A Tshirt here and join Iya on her mission.
Meet the new vice chair of the board of "Every Woman Counts" Elizabeth Elango Bintliff. She will receive a Distinguished Alumni award for Exceptional Humanitarian Service & Achievement from her Alma Mata
Access Africa with Prue Jinka
A television show that takes the business viewer across the Continent and explores how business is done on the African Continent. Check out the Facebook page on the new show on CNBC Africa (Channel 410 on DSTV) for updates.
Women are game changers....Here are 18 Inventions by Women that changed the world
Apparently International Women's Day Has an Unexpected History
Thank You POTUS. #LetGirlsLearn
Celebrate the Wonderful women in your lives who #MakeITHappen. Happy Women's Day.