Every day comes with a choice: to take a step back or to take action that will give rise to hope.
While the world faces a huge health challenge, earning a living has become a challenge for low income earners across Africa. Tony Elumelu entrepreneur, Nkem Okocha, repurposed her business to support low income women in her community who are in dire need of help and support to feed their families.
Her business, Mama Moni, which offers micro-loans and creates opportunities for capacity building to low-income earning women, stepped in to support the fight against COVID-19 by donating proceeds of the sales of its liquid soap (Levanter Handwashing Soap) to these women.
She also partnered with individuals and organisations to direct help where it is in dire need. With this initiative, Nkem Okocha has donated food, relief funds, high quality sanitizers and sensitised over 200 women in Ijegun, Ikotun, Ojo areas of Lagos state, Nigeria.
She is currently on the lookout for more partners with like-minded individuals, groups, or organisations to support more women through the ordeal.
If you’re interested in partnering on this great initiative by this Tony Elumelu entrepreneur, click HERE to send her a message.
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