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#TeachHerSheMatters

#TeachHerSheMatters

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Nokubonga Mbanga, a coach and co-author of Meeting Your Power is traveling to her home town (Tsolo) in the Eastern Cape to share knowledge with a group of over 200 girls. This will be the first stop to kick-start the #TeachHerSheMatters campaign.

#TeachHerSheMatters (THSM) is born & driven by the need to empower young girls to start & own their personal empowerment projects at an early age so that they can make empowered, progressive choices about their lives.

The first stop is to visit Tsolo on Friday the 21 Sept 2018 - To spend the day with young girls from four high schools. This initiative is supported by the local School Inspector, the Mayor, the community and other business owners who grew up from Tsolo & want to make a difference in encouraging young girls to create a better story. Nokubonga will run a workshop on how to manage yourself (called Project Me) with the girls. 

After each workshop, we would like to give each girl the Meeting Your Power book. We need your help in collecting enough books to empower the girls to meet their power from an early age. Each book retails around R230 & we ask for donations from the public to help us buy 200 books to give to the girls. 

So far we have collected about 25 books from the members of the Tsolo community. The books will serve as a resource in embedding the principles of personal empowerment post the workshop in September.

Donations

  • Sep 13, 2018 - R 100.00
  • "Meet your power " - Sibu

  • Sep 06, 2018 - R 100.00
  • "Teach Her She Matters " - Pumza

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Statistics

Donations to date

R 200.00

Fundraising target

R 50 000.00
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Nokubonga Mbanga, a coach and co-author of Meeting Your Power is traveling to her home town (Tsolo) in the Eastern Cape to share knowledge with a group of over 200 girls. This will be the first stop to kick-start the #TeachHerSheMatters campaign.