Women target African poverty

About 20 African women are preparing to climb Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania next year. The expedition is led by 3Thirtyseven Ltd, a nonprofit organisation whose mission is to alleviate poverty in Africa.

The organisation’s CEO, Angeline Gavaza, a Zimbabwean nurse, said she was excited that the challenge would take some women on a personal journey where they would be striped of attachments to worldly possessions & empty worldly values.

An event to launch the challenge and raise awareness of the work that needs to be done in the rebuilding of Africa by African women will be held in London on October 13. It will also highlight women’s accomplishments in the diaspora and in Africa, and how that can be used to create a legacy.

3Thirtyseven said its Africa Branch coordinated by Rudo Nyangulu, Legal Consultant, would soon be holding a launch for African based women. Rudo who is from Malawi but based in Zimbabwe has vast experience with implementing watchdog theories within the non-profit industry in Africa. More details of the launch and 3Thirtyseven can be found at http://www.3thirtyseven.co.uk/

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