About Me:
Hi, my name is susan i am from the eastern part of Nigeria. i am a mother of two expecting my third soon. i studied Economics at Edo State University of Nigeria, were i got my B.sc, i am a free lance writer, i write child and teens stories and articles for newspapers and magazines. i just finished working on my novel waiting for publishing.

I rcently joined an NGO earlier this year, were i work with different programs that promote women's health. woring in this sector has broaden my view on the need to empower women economically and socially to reduce their health risk. it is on this note that the idea to create a platform were women would learn basic trades and tranings at no cost to empower them especially the less educated, the teenage mother, widows and vulnrables females in the society.

The program is designed to teach skills like Hat making, soap making,jewerly,dress making,baking, and others, the educated women is not left out either as there would be trainigs on various management and health topics to improve her career.

i am therefore looking for women who would like to sponsor SAAT in any of the programs. the fund would be used in educating the women as well as buying them materials for start up, while certificates would be issued for the trainings. the sponsors name or organisation would be printed in the advert bills and brochure of SAAT.

Interested women should please contact me on sadebanjo92@gmail.com

My Passions:
Helping others to help themselves

My Challenges:
Start up Funds

My Vision for the Future:
To see a Female President rule my country

My Areas of Expertise:
Writing, Organising Events and programs

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Virtuous woman, Welcome to PulseWire! You are now part of a thriving community of grassroots women leaders and supporters from 180 countries. We are delighted to have you join this noble cause of speaking the voiceless women all over the world. Feel free to explore the different forums that this community offers. You can join different groups from the group directory so as to engage in different discussions about different topics. You can also check out various job and training opportunities in the resource exchange link plus so much more that you will discover as you explore this community. I look forward to hearing your voice in the community! In friendship,

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Hi Susan,

Welcome to World Pulse! I am excited to hear more of your writings and also about the NGO that you joined. It sounds like an inspiring and hard-working NGO that is dedicated to empowering women in Nigeria. Good luck with your endeavors!

Sarah

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Dear Susan,

Thank you for joining and becoming involved with the inspirational World Pulse online community. The thoughts and experiences you share are a unique contribution that will add to our rich diversity of passionate women leaders and supporters from all over the world. I am looking forward to hearing more about your work empowering women's health and freelance writing.

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