While wandering online not long ago, I came across one of the articles from the new blog-magazine , Teakisi and was hugely impressed. Teakisi is a group of female African contributors/writers who come together… Click Here
The Twitter chat with Sophia Bekele, Business Executive and Philanthropist has proved to Beverly enlightening for #WomenInBusiness. As a seasoned entrepreneur, Miss Bekele had a few nuggets of wisdom… Click Here
Women’s empowerment is the core objective of Teakisi, a blog site that has a magazine format. It gives a voice to women and recognises their contribution to society… Click Here
A social entrepreneur and the executive editor of Teakisi, a blogzine dedicated to challenging the perceptions of African girls and women in the world today… Click Here
She Leads Africa
Salha Kaitesi is a social entrepreneur currently managing two projects: Beauty of Rwanda, a not-for-profit organisation that economically empowers women and girls in Rwanda; and Teakisi, a blogzine dedicated to challenging the… Click Here
Many African women in the North East feel like their voices aren’t heard. Feeling that they are perceived in a stereotypical way, some attended an event which was a chance for African women to express their views and empower one another.
Young Women’s Film Academy (Video)
In recognition of Black History Month we supported this event in Gateshead, highlighting the voices and experiences of African Women living in the region today.