By Tikhala Chimpango
Women Aspire, a Manchester based women organisation has organised an event on the 3rdof August to be held at 6 Barlowmoor Road, St James and Emmanuel Church Hall, Didsbury. M20 6TR. The theme is ‘Woman Unstoppable’
The dictionary defines a woman who is unstoppable as one who against all odds cannot be prevented from continuing or keep on keeping on becoming her best version. A woman who is incapable of being stopped. A Woman Is UNSTOPPABLE When She Realizes She Deserves Better and knows her worth. Worthy women realize, accept, believe and own that they are a high quality.
On the day, women from all walks of life will share their experiences on how they are continuing to evolve and grow, some of them against all odds. Women at the function will hear stories of ‘unstoppable’ women in all their wonderment. On the panel to share their experiences will be Eva Nyape Wilson (Nurse Practitioner), Mulaula Salama (Social Worker) Ruth Mbera (Ruth’s Super Kitchen), Tamanda Kaluwa (FCCA) and Dr. Muyeba (a Medical Doctor) who is also the main speaker at the event.
Whether they’re unstoppable in business, working to overcome hardships, reaching personal goals, or just putting others before themselves – this will be package that ladies at the function will be able to tap from but also to hear how these ladies have transformed their lives and continue to do so.
“Helping and serving women is Women’s Aspire DNA. “What we want to do is really to start conversations, encourage growth, support empowerment and really celebrate women!”.
As is normally the case, women will be treated to an afternoon with a twist courtesy of Ruth’s Super kitchen. TMP media will also be in attendance and a photo shoot opportunity will be available from 13:00 to 14:00 as women in Royal Ascot attire will be entering the venue.
The event promises to be full of fun and inspiration at all levels, do not miss it. Registration though closes on the 20thof July 2019.
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 Ruth Mbera, the other board members are this author Mrs Tikhala Chimpango as Chairman, Mrs Mary Kachitsa and Pastor Mrs Mary Kanyenda.
Women Aspire’s objectives is to serve, impact, teach, build, motivate, prepare, embrace, empower and encourage women. This is implemented through workshops, conferences, seminars and afternoon tea & table talks. Although its name suggests that it only serve women, their plan is to cater for all including men and the youth, in other words the organisation is 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.