By Leyman Publications
Realising the need for women to encourage each other in various aspects of their lives, a group of women came together and decided to form an organisation they named Women Aspire. They have had strategic planning meetings for the past three months and the organisation is now ready to commence its operations starting with a launch taking place this coming weekend.
Talking about the launch of the organisation this Saturday, 4th August 2018, its Administrative Secretary Ruth Mbera mentioned that it will be an exciting occasion to which they have invited a number of prominent guests as speakers. Most of those that will kick start the organisation on the day have had already some success in their areas of expertise which they want to share with others.
The event will be held in Manchester at the Trinity Baptist Church, 127 Wellington Street, M18 8UB starting from 1pm to 6pm. The venue which is so convenient for such an event is opposite the big Tesco shop in Gorton. To mark this important occasion all those who will attend will be treated to very rare refreshments and meals courtesy of Ruth’s Super Kitchen a very popular caterer in Manchester.
Women Aspire’s board comprises four ladies who have various skill sets and knowledge covering diverse professional areas including businesses and work. It is such a combination of personal attributes that propelled the women realising that if such is put together, they will be a force to reckon. Apart from the Administrative Secretary the other board members are Mrs Tikhala Chimpango, Mrs Mary Kachitsa and Pastor Mrs Mary Kanyenda.
The organisation’s objectives is to serve, impact, teach, build, motivate, prepare, embrace, empower and encourage women. This will be implemented through workshops, conferences, seminars and afternoon tea & table talks. Although its name suggests that it will will only women but the plan is to cater for all men and the youth in other words the organisation will be very inclusive in its delivery.
Areas of operations will include; mental/ physical/emotional/ physical health, marriage issues, relationships in general, education, career advancement, girl empowerment, business, children/ parenting and finance management. Most women in the UK have no avenues where such issues as outlined are addressed, therefore this organisation has been formed at the right time to help them.