Girls Matter: A Conversation With Young Women In Kenya

A peaceful conversation with three men turned into a heated debate on matters feminism. In their opinion, the Kenyan woman has no place for a man in her life. This they say is the beginning of trouble in women’s lives.

*This isn’t a feminist post.

Opportunities For Women

Kenya is moving towards the recognition of women and what they can do for the community. These conversations aren’t popular but they are gaining momentum in our country.

Such a conversation is happening tomorrow at Michael Joseph Center fro 6-10 pm; join me at Dada Sphere as we learn about African Women Rising.

Government Of Kenya Embracing Women Empowerment

National Government Communication Center is pleased to invite you to the 3rd session of Girls Matter: Conversations with Young Women in Kenya.

This special session is all about doing business with the government for ladies between 18-35 through Access To Government Procurement Opportunities – AGPO.

Treasury’s Cabinet Secretary, Henry Rotich is the chief guest and will be personally available to respond to your concerns. Treasury officials will also be at hand to register qualified businesses with proper documentation on the spot!

This exclusive series will be held at 9 am on Tuesday, 27th February 2018 at the National Museums of Kenya, Louis Leakey Auditorium. The link below provides directions to the National Museums!

What Is AGPO?

Off the top of my head, I can’t say what it really is, only that it is an avenue for business people to get opportunities. If you have the same question then make your way to this event.

Girls Matter is open to young women ages 18 to 35. Let us know if you’ll be coming by filling in the application form on the link here.

Are you a business owner? Or you looking to start a business? This event will be of much help to you. Don’t miss it for anything in the world.

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