Getting an education should not be a barrier to pursuing your dreams early in life.
Com’on, we’ve gone past that time where we had to wait for graduation to start a business, master a new skill, or even start making trips to the bank…
Deliwe Makata is a living example. Currently an undergraduate, she founded Women Inspire, an empowerment and capacity building network for young women and girls in Malawi.
Deliwe has trained over 250 Malawian girls and conducted over 50 face to face mentoring sessions with girls, about issues relating to personal development.
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Join us on Wednesday, 13th September, as we host a Facebook Live Chat with Deliwe, who will be sharing her advice on starting a company and pursuing her passion while completing her studies.
Register below to have access to this opportunity.
Some of the topics we’ll cover:
- Founding a company while in school
- How early self-development has helped Deliwe to train young girls in Malawi
- 3 keys to balancing your studies and side hustle
Facebook Live Details:
Date: Wednesday, September 13th, 2017
Time: Lagos 1pm // Lilongwe 2pm // Nairobi 3pm
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Posted by She Leads Africa on Wednesday, September 13, 2017
Watch the first part of this video on our Facebook page.
Deliwe Makata is a writer, speaker, and highly ambitious leader, with aspirations of getting into international public policy-making. She is the founder and executive director of a women empowerment organization called Women Inspire.
Women Inspire is dedicated to improving the lives of women and girls, both locally and internationally. Through training & mentoring women and girls in the areas of education, human right advocacy, capacity building, leadership and decision-making positions.
As a speaker, Deliwe has inspired many through her motivational appearances with international organizations, such as AGE Africa.
Deliwe is also an exceptional final year student currently pursuing her undergraduate degree with the University of Malawi, Chancellor College, studying Arts in Humanities.