Thanks for viewing and commenting on my project 'Sheelda Rural Women's Empowerment Initiative'.
Your project is both innovative and inspiring. A simple yet unique educational photography.
I wish you all the best!
I am extremely impressed by what you are doing. Sustainable irrigation is much needed in many African countries for food security. This project should be adopted across Africa to aid agricultural activities.
@ Nawrath Minda, I appreciate your encouraging comment. I am delighted that you believe my project is excellent.
The Sheelda Rural Women's Empowerment Initiative is hopefully going to fill the gender gap where it is currently implemented while improving the economic status of women in the village, thus the rural community as a whole.
@ Tutu, thank you. I am glad you get the idea completely. We all need to do our bit in Northern Nigeria to liberate our women.
I am counting on you to come join me in this quest ;)
Sports is indeed a very efficient tool for social inclusion and rehabilitation of people with disabilities.
This is indeed a brilliant idea which can do a lot of good in every society.
The women are engaged in local food processing of agric products. The raw materials are sourced from local farmer's.
It is all part of the agricultural value chain.
Thank you MD NIAZUL ISLAM KHAN for the best wishes. The 'Sheelda Rural Women's Empowerment Initiative' aims to empower rural women one community at a time for the over all development of our nation. Hopefully, the initiative can be duplicated in many other developing countries.
I believe strongly we will all succeed in our projects in building our economies.
This is indeed very noble. The rural areas have a lot of potential in nation building but the human resources are mostly underutilised in many developing nations.
Keep up the good work!
Way to go Linda! You are providing solution to a problem that receives little or no attention in our African setting
SheLeads Africa organised 'Lafiya Lifestyle Expo' in Abuja few weeks back and there was discussions on mental health, which isn't a typical kind of event around here.
It is a really important thing you are doing. Keep up the good work.