Lusaka National Museum
Posted Event
about 4 years ago

Reclaiming Women's Worth Mentorship

Network for Society Transformation (SOTRANE) in collaboration with Lusaka National Museum presents ‘Reclaiming a Woman’s Worth’.

As part of the 2018 International Women’s Day commemoration activities. The intention of this event is to create a platform to raise awareness on matters affecting women in relation to their identity and how they can make a positive impact in their immediate communities. This afternoon will be an opportunity to mentor women to begin to recognise their power using the trusted powerful concept of indigenous technologies.

A woman is powerful when she knows her true identity. This will be a unique time for women to share their joys, sorrows, triumphs and struggles in a safe and supportive environment; to allow the woman to open up to locating her beauty and brilliance. The end goal is for the woman to come out of her shell and begin to realise her purpose, of which society will be benefit and be transformed for better.

SOTRANE wishes to invite all women to come and be part of this special and important event. To register for this event contact SOTRANE.

8 Mar 13:30
Lusaka National Museum, Independence Avenue / Nasser Road, Kamwala, Lusaka
+260 211 22807
Reclaiming Women's Worth Mentorship
Lusaka National Museum
Place of interest
Conference venue
The Lusaka National Museum was opened in 1996 to promote and preserve movable heritage artifacts that contributed to the social, political, and economic development of Lusaka city, Lusaka Province and Zambia. For companies and individual looking for a conference venue, it has reasonable facilities with a large secure parking lot within museum premises.