Female Wave of Change is a global movement that unites women changing the world into a better place. We are women from all walks of life who take responsibility for our own future, the future of the next generation and of the world. Female Wave of Change offers women a safe place where we can be our authentic self, be economically empowered and grow into the change-makers who shape the world. Together we actively create a more sustainable world based on more human values, on compassion, on collaboration and abundance: a world where we celebrate diversity and create equal opportunities for everyone.
The activities of “volunteer mothers” consist in accompanying neo mums for a maximum period of 2 years, during which they follow specific courses managed by psycologist and professional figures. The training for voluntary mothers is aimed at any woman who has lived the experience of motherhood and who wants to help new mothers to live it in the most beautiful and constructive way possible, supporting them in the difficulties that they can meet in this adventure, listening without judgment, because we help mothers to help themselves. The goal is to create a "network of mothers" able to relate constructively with pregnant mothers and new mothers.
Gift Women Link Foundation is a charitable, women based, non-governmental and not for profit making organization in Uganda. The objective is to ensure development excellence in sustainable services for self-reliance of women in rural communities Kasese District. In Uganda, the society is male dominated and there is little investment in girl’s education nutrition and often health care. So unless women are equally empowered, it is difficult for human society to progress.
Magali Anderson has been working in the industrial sector for 30 years and has been elected Woman of the International 2018 at the Women's Industry Awards. She started her career at 22 years old on offshore oil platform in Nigeria. Committed to the cause of women in the industry, she is a pioneer in the gas and oil industry. She founded the site La Petroleuse. She is today the Group Head Health and Safety at LafargeHolcim and last but not least a member of the Global Wo.Men Hub. The tedx talk is in French
Olanike Olugboji is a member of the Global Wo.Men Hub and the Founder and Program Director of Women Initiative for Sustainable Environment (WISE). In 2015, the World Earth Association launched a partnership with Women’s Initiative for Sustainable Environment (WISE) to hold capacity-building trainings for women leaders from Kaduna State in Nigeria to promote and sell clean cookstoves.
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