Asmaa James Foundation Celebrates Successful Graduation For Participants of Mentorship Program
Sierra Leone journalist and women’s rights activist, who happens to be the CEO of AJ Foundation, and who recently being awarded the Order of Rokel by His Excellency, President Julius Maada Bio, Asmaa James, has today commenced the graduation ceremony of the AJ Foundation “Be a Boss Program” successful participants, which started a month ago.
Asmaa James Foundation is community-based organization that focuses on providing Adolescent Reproductive Health Education and Services to Girls in Sierra Leone.
A month ago, the CEO of AJ Foundation on her Facebook page made it vivid to fans of the lucky young women that have been selected to participate in the four weeks Be A BOSS MENTORSHIP training PROGRAM supported by the Asmaa James Foundation and Milwaukee African Women’s Association Inc (MILWA).
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After the participants of this BOSS MENTORSHIP PROGRAM having gone through rigorous and successful training in Makeup and Hair Dressing, the CEO of AJ Foundation on her Facebook page proudly celebrated the successes of participants in the BOSS MENTORSHIP PROGRAM. The key focus of this training was to make women self-independent and be economically useful in society than just depending on men for money which they are now confident and ready to impact into society without relying on a man because they are now bosses of their own through Asmaa James Foundation.
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She thanked all participants in the program for a job well done and assured them that with the skills they have now, they are bosses on their own and they can make their own money without relying on a man. She furthered the partners Milwaukee African Women’s Association Inc (MILWA), for their support, and also to Dinmma’s glow, for providing the platform.
On her page she wrote:
“About a month ago, The Asmaa James Foundation (AJF) supported ten (10) young women to participate in Makeup & Hair training organised by Dinmma’s glow.
Today these young women will graduate.
I am so excited my organisation was able to support these young women to realise their passion and be a boss.
Many thanks to my partners Milwaukee African Women’s Association Inc (MILWA), for their support.
To Dinmma’s glow, thank you for providing the platform.”