Empowering young girls to change communities

Following the success of the Manhood Academy in mentoring African Caribbean boys, the new Womanhood Academy is aiming to see similar results working with young women across the capital Written By:  Vic Motune

IT’S OFTEN been said that when we support and empower young girls and women, we make things better for everyone.

When you educate, nurture and empower young women they not only lead businesses but they lead in their communities, advocate for their children and shine a spotlight on issues that are important to the black community’s future such as health care, education and tackling poverty.

A number of organisations in the UK are working in local communities to empower young black girls. And one of the newest is the Womanhood Academy.

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The Voice Online - Sun, 13 May 2018 08:00:00 +0000

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