Nnenna Hannah okoh-Metu

Joined Mar 2013
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Bio

About Me

I am an idealist ,motivator and skill advocate for women and girls.I drive and motivate women to follow their dreams,i make bags,education sew toys,baby playmat,pouches with my african fabric called ankara.
i also teach on how to be self sustaining by giving them free skills training on candle and soap making,i have train and reach out to more tham 100 women.

I draw my inspiration from my mother who saw that her 8 children where educated.
I am a poet,i write on issues bothering on Rape,Slavery,Early marriage,War,Ferminism, and the Education of the female child.
you can read my poem on my page.
i want to see a world where women are given an opportunity to be educated and given a skill because this will help in building them up and reducing poverty.

My Vision

my vision is to help empower women and girls to acquire skills, and mentor them on how to drive their skill and reach out to other women.

Needs

i am in need of mentoring,sewing machines to help in continual training of women in my community and fabric scraps

Abilities

i love to mentor girls and women,i sew and teach women on skill acquisition

Interests

Economic PowerEducation EqualityWomen and the EnvironmentGender-based ViolenceEmpowering GirlsWomen's HealthHuman Rights for WomenWomen in LeadershipEngaging Men and Boys in Gender EqualityWomen in Technology

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Nnenna Hannah okoh-Metu commented on Tough Love often Leads to Greatness Mar 24 Nnenna Hannah okoh-Metu commented on She gives me so much hope: I called my association Hope for the Abused and Battered Mar 24 Nnenna Hannah okoh-Metu commented on Parents have a key role to play in preparing girls for Menstruation Mar 24 Nnenna Hannah okoh-Metu commented on The Oworonshoki Autism Awareness and Inclusion Walk Project (Lagos State, Nigeria) Mar 24 Nnenna Hannah okoh-Metu commented on My little story Mar 24 Nnenna Hannah okoh-Metu commented on Time to take more than what is given to us. Mar 24 Nnenna Hannah okoh-Metu commented on Table Banking Our Way to Economic Freedom Mar 24 Nnenna Hannah okoh-Metu commented on "We Are Made to Endure a Heartful of Oil" Mar 24 Nnenna Hannah okoh-Metu commented on MY DEFINITION OF SECURITY Mar 23 Nnenna Hannah okoh-Metu commented on In solidarity Mar 23 Nnenna Hannah okoh-Metu commented on I don't want my daughters to live in fear...like I did Mar 23 Nnenna Hannah okoh-Metu commented on Change starts from one bold step Mar 23 Nnenna Hannah okoh-Metu commented on Refugees Welcome Mar 23 Nnenna Hannah okoh-Metu commented on empowering women through financial literacy Mar 23 Nnenna Hannah okoh-Metu commented on I got a space of my own Mar 19 Nnenna Hannah okoh-Metu commented on We have an Unbeatable Faith. Mar 19 Nnenna Hannah okoh-Metu commented on The Present Is Female Mar 19 Nnenna Hannah okoh-Metu commented on Re-Writing Her Presence Mar 19 Nnenna Hannah okoh-Metu commented on African ChangeMakers Fellowship (ACFellowship) Cohort 2 , 2018 – Selected Women. to Train. Mar 19 Nnenna Hannah okoh-Metu commented on RiseUp & Cummins - Gender Equity Initiative Dec 03, 2018 Nnenna Hannah okoh-Metu loved Too soon Apr 05, 2018 Nnenna Hannah okoh-Metu loved Voice Power Pack Mar 18, 2018 Nnenna Hannah okoh-Metu loved cries of a female child Mar 09, 2018 Nnenna Hannah okoh-Metu loved Umbrella Dec 07, 2017 Nnenna Hannah okoh-Metu loved TRAINING AND LEARNING to impact women in my community Aug 11, 2017 Nnenna Hannah okoh-Metu loved GENERATION OF ABUSE: AN END IN SIGHT Mar 26, 2013