My Nonprofit Reviews
Ambassador Pay-bayee Daintowon
Review for Moremi Initiative For Women's Leadership In Africa, Accra, --, Ghana
I am a Liberian and for me Moremi represents a True Agent of Change for Young African Women Leaders both in Africa and the African Diaspora.
I am a young advocate who has dedicated her life to lobbying for the inclusion of youths with disabilities to ensure that the Missing Voices are Heard.
Moremi Initiative stands as a shining example to the world of how great a continent Africa is; with its diverse cultural heritage, resources and potential leaders regardless of creed, ethnicity, physical look - with or without disabilities.
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Moremi sees potential in every young female, it shifts one's destiny into a positive direction and gives you the courage to make a difference. That was what I gained from being MILEAD Fellow. Moremi showed me that one should not give up on their dreams - if you didn't make it this way, try to make it another way. Moremi is the pride of Africa!
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
If Moremi is blessed with more financial resources and the number young women who participate increase, the change Africa needs will be seen shortly, I can assure any one of that.
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Moremi is a community of African sisters were one can derive trust, friendship, courage and faith in the fact that we as young women can represent Africa on any platform all over the world.
What, if any, change in your life has this group encouraged?
It made me take pride in myself, in my country and especially in my continent. I love being MILEAD Fellow and I am grateful to Moremi Initiative for affording me the opportunity to be part of the wonderful work they are doing in this continent.
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