Big Sisters Project

Boldly showing girls how to champion social change within their local communities. Join us this year in Kigali and Lagos.

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Big Sisters Project

Muazu Africa annually commemorates the international day of the girl child with the theme, "Girls Who Change The World" (GWCW). Big sisters who serve as cheerleaders and champions of social change equip and empower the girls with entrepreneurial, technological and community support skills to confidently lead social change both locally and globally between the ages of 12 - 19 years.

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Big Sisters Project 2023

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Abisola Stephen-Olorunsusi

Olamide Akin-Alabi

Tolulope Makinwa

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FAQ

What is the Muazu Africa Big Sisters Project?

The Big Sisters Project is a CSR initiated by Muazu Africa in commemoration of the International Day of the Girl Child with the theme "Girls Who Change The World" (GWCW). It aims to empower and equip girls between the ages of 12 and 19 with entrepreneurial, technological, and community support skills to become confident leaders of social change, both locally and globally.

Who are the "Big Sisters" in this project?

"Big Sisters" are experienced mentors, role models, and champions of social change who volunteer their time and expertise to support and guide the participating girls. They serve as cheerleaders, providing valuable mentorship and guidance throughout the project.

What is the significance of the International Day of the Girl Child?

The International Day of the Girl Child is a globally recognized day that aims to promote girls' rights, raise awareness about the challenges they face, and celebrate their achievements. It's a day to highlight the importance of empowering girls to reach their full potential.

Who can participate in the Muazu Africa Big Sisters Project?

Secondary School Girls aged 12 to 19 who are passionate about making a positive impact in their communities and the world are encouraged to participate in this project. We welcome girls from diverse backgrounds and experiences.

What skills and support will the participating girls receive?

Girls will receive training and support in various areas, including entrepreneurship, technology, and community engagement. They will learn how to develop and implement social change initiatives, build essential skills, and gain the confidence to lead change both locally and globally.

How can I become a Big Sister for this project?

If you are passionate about empowering girls and have experience in areas like entrepreneurship, technology, or community engagement, we welcome you to join us as a Big Sister mentor. Please contact us through our official channels muwazuafricaAgmail.com to express your interest and learn more about the mentorship opportunities.

How can I get involved as a sponsor?

We greatly appreciate your interest in supporting our project. Please reach out to us through our official channels Abisola@muazuafrica.org or muwazuafrica@gmail.com to discuss sponsorship opportunities, donations, or other ways you can contribute to empowering girls to change the world.

What is the duration of the Muazu Africa Big Sisters Project?

The duration of the project may vary depending on specific program offerings. Typically, it includes workshops, mentorship sessions, and project implementation phases. The exact timeline will be communicated to participants upon registration.

How can I stay updated on the latest news and events related to the Muazu Africa Big Sisters Project?

To stay informed about project updates, news, and events, please follow our official social media accounts and visit our website. You can also subscribe to our newsletter for regular updates.

 

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