FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Zambia, Africa – Trinity Girls Network Corp., an accredited non-governmental organization
(NGO) with UN Ecosoc Status, is proud to announce the successful launch of its physical girl
mentorship program in Zambia, Africa on April 15, 2023. The official ribbon cutting ceremony
was attended by the Minister of Women Affairs, along with Dr. Nellie Longwe Kangwa, Director
of the Zambia Chapter, and other distinguished guests.
The program aims to empower young girls and women aged 12-25 to realize their full potential
by providing a safe and supportive space for them to build confidence, develop leadership skills,
and receive mentorship from successful women across various fields.
Dr. Nellie Longwe Kangwa led the implementation of the program in the country. “I am
delighted to be part of the Trinity Girls Network Corp. and to lead the girl mentorship program in
Zambia. This program will provide an opportunity for girls and young women to learn, grow and
thrive,” said Dr. Kangwa.
Since 2020, Trinity Girls Network Corp. has been running a monthly online mentorship program
that connects girls in Zambia with mentors from around the world. With the help of technology,
the organization has been able to bridge the gap between America and Zambia, Africa. The
online program has been successful in empowering girls and helping them develop the skills they
need to succeed in life.
“Our goal is to provide a safe space for girls and young women to gain the knowledge, skills, and
confidence to reach their full potential. We want them to be able to take leadership roles in their
communities and help break the cycle of poverty,” said Dr. Jacqueline Mohair, founder of Trinity
Girls Network Corp.
In addition to mentorship, Trinity Girls Network Corp. recognizes the challenges faced by girls
during their menstrual periods. To address this issue, the organization distributed 100 period cups
to the girls in the program during the launch. This will help promote healthy menstrual hygiene
practices and reduce the stigma surrounding periods.
The girl mentorship program is open to girls and young women aged 12-25 and will provide
mentorship from successful women in various fields, including business, science, technology,
engineering, and math (STEM). The program includes workshops on leadership, financial
literacy, and health and wellness.
Trinity Girls Network Corp. invites everyone to join in supporting this worthy cause and to help
make a difference in the lives of girls and young women in Zambia, Africa.
For more information about Trinity Girls Network Corp. and its girl mentorship program in
Zambia, Africa, please contact www.trinitygirlsnetwork.org.
About Trinity Girls Network Corp.
Trinity Girls Network Corp. is an accredited non-governmental organization (NGO) with UN
Ecosoc Status founded by Dr. Jacqueline Mohair. The organization’s mission is to empower
young girls and women aged 12-25 to realize their full potential. The organization provides
mentorship, leadership training, and other resources to help girls develop the skills they need to succeed in life. The organization is committed to promoting gender equality and eliminating the stigma surrounding periods. The girl mentorship program is located in Zambia, Africa, and is led by Dr. Nellie Longwe Kangwa, Director of the Zambia Chapter. With the help of technology, Trinity Girls Network Corp. has been able to connect girls in Zambia with mentors from around the world through its online mentorship program since 2020
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