Women Of Malawi: Ellen Tamanda Chabvuta

Tamanda Chabvuta won most popular video prize at the 2015 Global Youth Landscape Awards 2015. She is currently working to support in the fight for zero hunger and poverty by providing farmer based educative extension services for smallholder farmers with inclusiveness of women and youth Tamanda possesses educative, journalistic, writing and communicative skills with practice in article writing and editing in the media.

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Women Of Malawi: Thembi Thadzi

Thembi Thadzi Thembi holds the 35 under 35 The Young People International Affairs Award and was honoured in 2012 by the United-States embassy for her contribution to youth development in Malawi. She is also a chairperson on the resource mobilization committee for the Youth Parliament of Malawi; the Deputy Coordinator for the Youth Consultative Forum; and the Deputy Chair for AIESEC Expansion Initiative Malawi. Thembi is the former Chairperson of the National Youth Council of Malawi, and Youth advisor to late President Prof. Bingu Wa Mutharika. Thembi has experience in…

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Women Of Malawi: Agnes Mtimaukanena (Malawian Boxer)

Fact File Age: 22 Marital Status: Married to Brian Mwando Category: Welterweight Height: 1.7 She is a boxer with amazing looks. She does not have an eight-pack, not even does she possess the famous six-pack sort of bodily segments. Those tough-looking divisions of muscles often associated with hard-hitters. Watch Agnes Mtimaukanena, a Malawian female boxer in the ring sorting out an opponent, you would be stunned. As Innocent Helema, The Nation newspaper’s business reporter puts it “I wonder, of all sports how could she become a boxer? I mean, the…

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Women Of Malawi: Meet the mastermind behind Kaluso Kake Gardens

Weddings, engagement ceremonies, birthday parties, turn up parties, etc are usually set in beautiful gardens. Gardens with a feel of paradise, with blissful flowers and all. Everywhere in the world, flowers attract people. Flowers also inspire love. Flowers, in addition, symbolize unity, success, wealth and prosperity. Prosperity? How can a flower symbolize prosperity? Well, that is subject of discussion for another day. In the heart of Malawi’s capital, Lilongwe City one finds Kaluso Kake Gardens. The garden is located in Likuni near CCOD houses. Owner of the investment Thoko Maliwichi…

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Meet Kay Zulu

  My name is Kay Zulu and I’m a business coach and mentor. I help women redefine success and replace their income so they can leave their 9-5 job. I support women by facilitating them uncover their creative process, overcome mindset blocks, and design their business strategy so they can build a business and lifestyle that reflects who they really are. My WHY – My son – who’s been a catalyst for my growth – My passion to contribute and create a world where women feel in total harmony with…

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Women of Malawi: Meet Louisa Angelina Kabwila

Louisa Angelina Kabwila is a youth leader currently serving as the Board Chairperson of the Generational Leadership Initiative (GLI). Her history in leadership dates back to 2004 when she started a student run organization called Voices That Care. Louisa recently started an environmental initiative called 50 Shades of Green that was recognized by the World Bank and later adopted by the first lady of Malawi, now known as Beautify Malawi. currently Lousia is working at ActionAid Malawi where she hopes to make lasting change.

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Women Of Malawi: Rachel Sibande

Rachel Sibande is CEO and founder of Malawi’s first technology hub and incubator space, mHub. The hub identifies, nurtures and incubates young technology start-ups. mHub champions the development of local technology solutions for local problems across sectors of development such as Education, Health, Agriculture and Governance. Rachel is passionate about enhancing female participation in science, technology and engineering fields. She has since established a Girls4Code initiative where girls between the ages of 9 and 18 are taught mobile application development skills. Rachel is an alumnus of President Obama’s Young African…

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