Maida Waziri Encourages Women Entrepreneurs to Overcome Challenges and Succeed in Business at Tanzania Seminar

Maida Waziri, VOEWeT President

Maida Waziri, the President of the Voice of Women Entrepreneurs in Tanzania (VoWET), recently gave a keynote address at a seminar for various entrepreneurs organized by the Tanzania Women’s Empowerment Network (TAWEN) in Dar es Salaam. The seminar, which Exim Bank sponsored, aimed to provide women entrepreneurs with essential skills and knowledge to improve their businesses and empower them…

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Tshego Kekana’s LinkedIn Post Inspires Entrepreneurs to Reach Beyond Their Comfort Zones

Tshego Kekana

A Recap of Tshego’s Message on the Importance of Thinking Big, Having a Long-term Vision, and Creating Opportunities for Others Tshego Kekana, the Founder and MD of Alfa Destiny Communications in South Africa, has earned recognition as a leading Strategic Communications Expert and a Standard Bank Top Women Finalist in 2021. In a recent LinkedIn post, Tshego shared her…

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Agnes Munisi: A Remarkable Leader in Computer Systems and Web Design

Agnes Munisi is the CEO and founder of Jaes Consult Limited, a systems and web design company

Agnes Munisi is the CEO and founder of Jaes Consult Limited in Tanzania. She is emerging as a remarkable leader in computer systems and web design. Her passion for helping others and exceptional skills have significantly impacted individuals and businesses across Tanzania. She is an inspiration to many, and her commitment to her clients and community is truly commendable….

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RC Rosemary Senyamule urges women to strive for billionaire status and take advantage of government-led economic initiatives.

Rosemary Senyamule

The Dodoma Regional Commissioner, Hon. Rosemary Senyamule, is urging women in the region to strive for financial success and become billionaires. She acknowledges that this is possible, thanks to the numerous opportunities created by President Dr Samia Suluhu Hassan’s administration through various support programs and the establishment of women’s economic empowerment platforms across the country. The Commissioner emphasizes that…

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New WFP Executive Director Cindy McCain Brings Unmatched Expertise and Passion to the Fight Against Global Food Insecurity

Ambassador Cindy McCain’s appointment as the new Executive Director of the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) marks a watershed moment in the fight against global food insecurity. With her wealth of experience and expertise in humanitarianism, business, and diplomacy, McCain is the perfect candidate to lead the WFP in its global mission to alleviate hunger and malnutrition. As…

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Amisa Ahmed: The Young Kenyan Trailblazer Revolutionizing Mental Health Interventions

Amisa Ahmed

Amisa Ahmed is a remarkable individual whose dedication, hard work, and unwavering focus have made her a force to be reckoned with in community-based mental health interventions and trauma-informed programs in Kenya. As the Founder and Executive Director of the Nivishe Foundation, she has tirelessly worked towards building community resilience and promoting social cohesion in vulnerable and marginalized communities….

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Zainab Ansell: A Heroine of Tanzania’s Tourism Industry

Zainab Ansell, the founder and owner of Zara Tanzania Adventures, has been honoured with the prestigious Malikia wa Nguvu Award in employment creation in the tourism industry at the Clouds Media Group’s annual gala. Ms Zainab’s company is one of Tanzania’s most prominent tour companies. She employs nearly 1,410 people on a permanent and seasonal basis, contributing to addressing…

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Research: Ancient Swahili women were business owners, traders, and even political leaders

The Swahili people have been renowned for their vibrant culture and rich heritage for centuries. A discovery by a Kenyan anthropologist has shed light on a fascinating aspect of this culture: the role of women in Swahili society. According to Dr. Fatma Al-Amin, Swahili women were the holders of power in the past, and their contributions were vital to…

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