Savara’s SaWa Program Kicks off Training For Young Women

17 July of 2017 by

The recently launched Savara Women’s Advancement Program by Sauti Sol vocalist Savara Mudigi is not messing about.

The SaWA tournament at Camp Toyoyo and the SaWA Concert gave hints as to the scale of ambition it was looking to portray, and now it wants to sow those seeds.

The SaWA program aims to inspire and motivate young women to live impactful lives and reach their full potential with an end goal of availing training for all young women in Kenya.

The SaWA program comprises of eight full day seminars over a period over the course of four months to October 2017, as well as a boot camp for those who successfully complete the course.

The focus is on training and working with young women between the ages of 18 and 25 – and equipping them with the life skills they need to help them on a path towards success.

The four major topics to be covered are:

Lifestyle and Mindset Transformation, facilitated by Angela Kagume

Angela is the founder of Re-Wire, an empowerment initiative that invites individuals to actively be part of redefining their lives, relationships and community in today’s fast-paced world.

Personal Financial Management, facilitated by Sheba Njagi

Sheba is a financial literacy trainer who specializes in Personal Financial Management, Investments and Debt Management. She does this so as to empower people to enjoy excellence in life through active use of their time, energy and financial resources.

Life through Art and Music, facilitated by Chiki Onwukwe

Chiki is a dancer and fitness enthusiast whose purpose is to promote healthy living through fitness. She is engaging the participants with her program Kuruka Fitness, which is designed to give people a high intensity, fun workout with nutritional advice. Additionally, she includes talks about issues like body positivity, self-love, or relationships with men.

Inspiring Female Role-Models and SaWA Mentorship Program, facilitated by Ruth Asan

Ruth Asan is a political communication expert who has worked in women empowerment in several countries.

And it’s not about homogeneity – SaWa, as envisioned by Savara is helping to nurture young women into blazing their own pathways to happiness and prosperity.

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