Okaikwei South Women Organizer Equips Women

The National Democratic Congress (NDC) Okaikwei South Constituency Women’s Wing led by its Women Organizer, Helena Yaa Nkrumah has embarked on a vigorous women empowerment drive in the constituency.

The initiative is geared towards providing the Women in the area with resources they can use in starting their own business ventures thereby targeting over 2000 women by the year 2024.

The second batch of beneficiaries of the Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) Project was launched on 25th July 2021 in the Constituency.

Speaking in an interview with Mydailynewsonline.com, the Constituency Women Organizer, Helena Yaa Nkrumah called on Ghanaian women to have faith in the NDC in taking them out of the current economic hardship that has bedeviled the nation.

Madam Helena Yaa stated that the NDC believes in impacting the lives of ordinary Ghanaians in order to rescue them from the prevailing economic difficulties and make them self reliance.

“People perceive politicians to be persons who want to take advantage of people. This shouldn’t be so because we are there to serve the people and make an impact in them, so these perceptions should be erased from the minds of such persons,” she emphasized.

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The Women Organizer admonished the women who have benefited so far and subsequent ones yet to should inculcate in themselves a savings culture.

“As little as they have they should learn to save because whatever they save belongs to them. No matter the difficulty they might be going through, a consistent saving culture would help them in the long run,” she advised.

According to her, the initiative is set to support SME’s in the area with resources and tools that will aid them to develop.

Madam Helena said so far fifteen women were part of the Second Batch of beneficiaries on 11th and 12th August 2021 for women who are into the pure water business.

“This initiative is purposely to help our women raise their seed capital to start a small business which is part of our approach to empowering women in the OKaikwei South Constituency,” she added.

By: Isaac Dzidzoamenu/mydailynewsonline.com

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