Theo Sowa: We Need The Voices Of African Women

Theo Sowa delivers an inspirational talk on the needs of representation of African women by African women.

Please listen to the first couple of  minutes of Theo’s talk and leave a comment below if you feel inspired to do so.

 

Thank you,

Gaye

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For more information visit  The African Women’s Development Fund

 

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18 Comments on “Theo Sowa: We Need The Voices Of African Women”

  1. A message that everyone needs to hear. Sharing throughout my networks. Thank you Gaye.

  2. ransae says:

    Reblogged this on Ransae's Blog.

  3. john anslow says:

    inspirational stuff thanks for sharing Gaye 🙂

  4. You just have to love Hypocrisy! NOT!

  5. Enlightening to me this really. Thanks so much for the share Gaye. Very thoughtful of you.

  6. Loved being able to be part of the lecture series, even if only for a brief moment on video.

    Gaye, BLESS YOUR GIGANTIC HEART and Bless your persistent efforts to make our world a better place.

    Have much more to say about HIV/AIDS and other issues regarding what was discussed herein.
    If anyone TRULY wants to hear and know how to combat this “pandemic” I will share, but expect TRUTH not scientific blindness and kow tow to false propaganda.

  7. layanglicana says:

    I spent five years in Tanzania, where my husband was involved in administering UK aid projects. I met many people who gave me hope for the future, and eight out of ten were women. Wherever possible, aid money was channelled through women on the ground rather than through the government. Women who were, as Theo says, articulate, intelligent and passionate. Without the scourge of AIDS, I believe, Tanzania would already have lifted itself out of poverty thanks in great part to these women.

    • Gaye Crispin says:

      They must have been interesting times for you Laura. There are so many inspiring women working in Africa, and the challenges they face leave me both speechless and motivated.


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