Working Assiduously

“To be an African women is to represent oneself through assiduous work that reflects her way of being a model, teacher, educated woman, and capable of sacrificing herself for her home.” says Kalenga Divina, a teacher at Malaika’s community center.

For African Women’s Day on July 31, we asked some of the amazing ladies we know in Kalebuka what it means to them to be an African women. Their answers were inspiring, as are all of the women we work with, who care so much about their families and their communities.