Stephanie Mah

Joined Apr 2018
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Bio

About Me

I care about the best nutrition and health habits for children.
I am very concerned about the well being of teenage married women in hardship.
I am happy when i improve the live of a malnourished child in my community by by providing them with Soyabean milk that i produce.

My Vision

I want to build a community of healthy kids and empower young women to be able to self reliant and not depend fully on their husbands.

Needs

A grinding mill
A lebeller
A big presser
A dryer
Parceling machine etc

Abilities

Production of soyabeans.
I can also train women in need on the production of soyabean.

Interests

Economic PowerWomen's HealthWomen in Leadership

Posts

Activity

Stephanie Mah loved Self-Care: An Important but Often Neglected Tool in A Change maker’s Toolkit. Nov 07, 2018 Stephanie Mah loved Engaging Policy Makers and National Leaders as a Grassroots Women Leader Nov 07, 2018 Stephanie Mah loved financial independence as a form of security Nov 07, 2018 Stephanie Mah loved At Risk of Premature Death: Kenya’s Ambitious Young Women Nov 07, 2018 Stephanie Mah loved The Power Of The Hand That Rocks The Cradle Nov 07, 2018 Stephanie Mah loved ~ Unchained ~ Dedicated To The Spirit Of A Woman Who Takes The Strength To Walk Away From Violence And Build Her Life All Over Again Nov 07, 2018 Stephanie Mah loved Inmate ICT trainees prayed for me Nov 07, 2018 Stephanie Mah loved Dear Ayo, in spite of our fractured girlhood we made it... Nov 02, 2018 Stephanie Mah loved Tales Of an Empowered Girl Nov 02, 2018 Stephanie Mah loved The Fruit of Colors Nov 02, 2018 Stephanie Mah loved My Struggle from Overweight to Underweight Nov 02, 2018 Stephanie Mah loved LITTLE BY LITTLE TO THE REALIZATION OF MY DREAMS DESPITE THE OBSTACLES Nov 02, 2018 Stephanie Mah loved Raising Girls Nov 02, 2018 Stephanie Mah loved Menstruation Time Nov 02, 2018 Stephanie Mah loved A Girl Child Elder to Long Awaited Boy Child Nov 02, 2018 Stephanie Mah loved Menstruation Time Nov 02, 2018 Stephanie Mah loved IT IS OKAY TO QUIT Nov 02, 2018 Stephanie Mah loved "Oh! The Greed Of My Home Land" Nov 02, 2018 Stephanie Mah loved MY WELL-BEING AND INNER PEACE IS MY SECURITY Oct 26, 2018 Stephanie Mah loved Do Women Have The Right to Feel Secure? Oct 26, 2018 Stephanie Mah commented on Help women help other women by sharing your experiences as an African woman and a World Pulse community member and earn USD 25 dollars subscription to an online magazine Aug 19, 2018 Stephanie Mah commented on Parents have a key role to play in preparing girls for Menstruation Aug 14, 2018 Stephanie Mah commented on Step One to your own job: Dream big, plan bigger - Part II Aug 13, 2018 Stephanie Mah commented on Our Inmates at Bamenda prison have become productive! Aug 13, 2018 Stephanie Mah commented on Holiday Free of Unwanted Pregnancy and Abortion edition two Aug 13, 2018 Stephanie Mah commented on Echo location- Bliss of my solitude Aug 07, 2018 Stephanie Mah commented on We need your help to make positive, lasting change for midwives around the world. #Whatmidwiveswant Aug 07, 2018 Stephanie Mah commented on Encouraging Sickle Cell Warriors to Explore Nature's Amazing Pharmacy. Aug 05, 2018 Stephanie Mah commented on DEDICATED TO WHOM I HAVE NOT MET YET...BUT WILL MEET SOON Aug 05, 2018 Stephanie Mah commented on Not a story,but a question. Aug 05, 2018 Stephanie Mah commented on Maternal and Neonatal death rates in ongoing Anglophone crisis can be prevented Aug 05, 2018 Stephanie Mah commented on Our children stayed out of school. Aug 05, 2018 Stephanie Mah commented on Giving a hand is important, you dont need to have alot to give. Aug 03, 2018 Stephanie Mah commented on Worth project Aug 03, 2018 Stephanie Mah commented on A Bloody Mess Aug 03, 2018 Stephanie Mah commented on Download Our Economic Power Resources Toolkit Aug 03, 2018 Stephanie Mah commented on María Flores Aug 03, 2018 Stephanie Mah commented on NO MATTER THE CHALLENGE,I WILL STICK TO SERVING HUMANITY. Aug 02, 2018 Stephanie Mah commented on Over 96% of Government Websites Hide Disabled Men and Women on Their Site Aug 02, 2018 Stephanie Mah commented on Fearing the Next Explosion Aug 02, 2018