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We at WC4E believe that educating and empowering women will create a multiplier effect, and that is the motivation behind our Fellowship program. So far, our Fellows and Alums have proven us right; just read out the success stories below!
Teni joined our Fellowship in 2022 after founding the Loozele Initiative, an organization that supports and educations rural youth and kayayei.
This year, Teni was featured as a Mastercard Foundation Alumni of the Month and a panelist on their Mitigating Unemployment and Poverty discussion.
When Rose was a Fellow, she worked tirelessly to grow Kaya Childcare, a daycare she created for the children of kayayoo (female head porters).
She excelled in our leadership trainings, so we were thrilled to welcome her to the WC4E team as our incredible Ghana Country Advisor!
Last year, Rose was named by Humanitarian Awards Global as one of the top 100 changemakers in Ghana! It is wonderful to see her incredible work recognized!
When Saudatu joined WC4E, she has just founded Life Again, an organization that provides support and resources for teen mothers. In the early stages, they could serve about 10 young mothers at a time.
By strategically fundraising on her own and applying for our micro-grants, Saudatu was able to expand her organization to provide education to 100 teenage mothers!
This summer, Saudatu was selected for the Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders. She will spend 6 weeks in Washington DC studying civic engagement alongside Africa's top social innovators. This is a tremendous honor, and very well-deserved!
Jennifer joined us as the Founder and Executive Director of OFIE, a growing organization that promotes inclusive education for students with disabilities.
While a Fellow, Jennifer used her micro-grants to provide educational workshops to children with cerebral palsy.
Earlier this year, Jennifer was chosen to be a guest speaker for the GOT Foundation's Girls Start Right Summit. She spoke beautifully about academic excellence and opportunities for girls’ education!
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