It’s been half ayear since I graduated from World Pulse, Digital Change Making Training, a leadership training that helped me see myself, the inner me and my passion.
ETA is one of the product of the training that helped me see my purpose. At first, Empowerment through Art was a fundraising campaign for Batis-AWARE, but as time passes by, It becamea program that gives art workshop and therapies to other communities, also it empowersthe aspiring artists to use their imagination and creativity in creating social artistry.
A year has passed since I was given the honour of being an impact leader, and such a lot of amazing things have come from my journey so far.I am so excited to share a bunch of new and exciting updates about Saahas.
moving forward, is paying forward.
I am always in love with the fact that ART has no boundaries, it has no rules, the idea is limitless and the creativity of every artist is priceless. Because of this belief, I am deeply motivated to move forward.
ETA is currently an awareness and fundraising campaign, a program that provides art workshop to low income people and art therapy for victim survivors of all forms of human rights violation. I am now working and do collaborations with other organizations,speaking engagements, spreading testimony about the power of ART.
April 2017, I set up Empowerment Through Art (ETA) after my advance digital change-making training in World Pulse. ETA is an awareness and fund-raising campaign for Batis-AWARE, and for aspiring artists. It gives art workshop and art therapy for distressed women victim-survivors of all forms of human rights violations, especially the migrant women workers all over the world.
Empowerment Through Art (ETA) is an awareness campaign for women, children and for aspiring artists It gives art workshop and art therapy for distressed women victim-survivors of all forms of human rights violations, especially the migrant women workers all over the world.
Personally, Painting is my meditation, diary, and my main weapon in amplifying women’s voice. I use my imagination and creativity using social artistry to create impact and be a voice for the voiceless women in our society.
Having an offline World Pulse circle has always been my dream. We interact a lot online but hardly meet, yet we are in the same countries or regions.
On the 23rd of February, we did create a Kenyan Circle of World Pulse. Currently we have 6 members, Mahnaz Harrison, Saum Idd, Hellen Kyambi, Brownkey Abdullahi, Leah Okeyo and Immaculate Amoit.
The Circle is meant to cement and strengthen our online sisterhood while giving us the opportunity to work together, share experiences and create visibility for our work and World Pulse off line by having circle events.
Vital Voices - Batis AWARE –World Pulse
I am grateful and honored to be part of VV lead , it’s a vital voices program, empowering social entrepreneurs and women leaders from profit and non profit organizations.
June 5th – 9th 2017, as a representative and leader of Batis AWARE, I was invited to be part of VVlead program and took the chance to showcase #ETA or #empowermentthoughArt all the way from Manila Philippines to South Africa,