Adult Education for Women

Education is power at any age, and so if you are thinking of returning to education, or you want to explore an exciting course to keep your mind sharp, or your body fit, read on to discover the benefits of adult education. Why attend a course? There are many reasons why some adults choose to re-enter the world of education, from wanting to further their career, to be social, or to boost their confidence. As an adult, you may feel more freedom to select a course that appeals to you, without … [Read more...]

Why 21st Century Women Mean Business

In the fast-paced world of business today, more and more women are taking the lead in some of the world's biggest business power houses. Take Sheryl Sandberg of Facebook, Meg Whitman of Hewlett-Packard, or Marissa Mayer of Yahoo. But, just what is it about women in the 21st century that is enabling them to compete in a traditionally male-dominated sphere? We take a look at some of the skills, attributes and educational qualifications that are helping women progress to the top of their … [Read more...]

Celebration House™: MEDITATION & WOMEN – JAN 27

MEDITATION & WOMEN EMPOWERMENT - JAN 27 ADVANCE REGISTRATION A MUST FOR ENTRY TO CLASS - RSVP TODAY MEDITATION & WOMEN EMPOWERMENT is a community-wide initiative aimed at empowering women in the Peel Region to do more by recharging through meditation. MEDITATION & WOMEN EMPOWERMENT is aimed to create a stress free and violence-free environment for women who look forward to empowering themselves. MEDITATION AND WOMEN EMPOWERMENT The main objective of this workshop … [Read more...]

‘Six Pillars of Self-Esteem’ – FREE Women’s Class – FEB 22

“Celebration House™: Education & Event Center” This flagship center will educate women (people) through FREE ‘step up’ programs, accredited programs, health & well-being courses, addiction programs, business coursing, speaker events, workshops, computer labs, etc.; as well as, online educational coursing to service our girls globally.  Aimed to create a “pay-it-forward” ripple of positive action, A Celebration of Women™ Foundation, was born to shape a better world through building … [Read more...]

Kakenya Ntaiya – WOMAN of ACTION™

  A Celebration of Women™ is elated to Celebrate the Life of this spiritual driven woman, one that has devoted her life to bettering the lives of girls by providing them with the education they need to achieve a self-sustainable lifestlye, specializing on the Maasai community.        WOMAN of ACTION™ Kakenya Ntaiya Founder of Kakenya Center for Excellence       Life for Kakenya Ntaiya was supposed to follow the traditional path. … [Read more...]

Gender Equality: Celebrating a Slow Progress

The report’s Gender Gap Index ranks countries according to their gender gaps, and their scores can be interpreted as the percentage of the inequality between women and men that has been closed. Information about gender imbalances to the advantage of women is explicitly prevented from affecting the score. The Global Gender Gap Report, introduced by the World Economic Forum in 2006, provides a framework for capturing the magnitude and scope of gender-based disparities around the world. The … [Read more...]

“Preventing Child Marriage”

"Ending Gender Based Violence" “Educating girls, ultimately educates everyone. It is the power within that can move mountains without” - Libbi Gorr A well-educated girl possesses great power—the power of thought, choice and action. Through secondary, tertiary, and higher education a girl is empowered to be an independent decision-maker, with the choice of being whoever she desires to be. Educating a girl gives her control over her life and body. She can choose her goals, profession, … [Read more...]

National Day of Remembrance/Action on Violence Against Women

The National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women, also known informally as White Ribbon Day, is a day commemorated in Canada each December 6, the anniversary of the 1989 École Polytechnique Massacre, in which fourteen women were singled out for their gender and murdered. It is often marked by vigils, discussions and other reflections on violence against women. The women murdered were Anne St-Arneault, 23; Geneviève Bergeron, 21; Hélène Colgan, 23; Nathalie Croteau, … [Read more...]

“CELEBRATION HO– USE™: EDUCATION & EVENT CENTER” – Dinner Gala NOV 23

  REGISTER TODAY ONLINE   To acquire SPONSOR PACKAGE, please email us HERE. NOV 23 GALA TICKET OPTIONS Single Ticket $100.00 CAD SPONSORED Ticket $100.00 CAD INVITATION to PARTICIPATE - DONATE BELOW: If you are unable to attend, yet hold a desire in your heart to help educate the women of our world, Your DONATION for this Center's if Celebrated ....$1.00, $5.00, $10.00 --- all Gifts are deeply appreciated!   Aimed to … [Read more...]

UNESCO peace prize for Action in Africa

French President François Hollande awarded UNESCO peace prize for Action in Africa “What was targeted in Timbuktu was not just the heritage of one region or people, it was World Heritage,” said UNESCO Director-General Irina Bokova during the award ceremony on Wednesday, when French President François Hollande was awarded the 2013 Félix Houphouët-Boigny Peace Prize. “It’s a symbol of ancient Islamic wisdom, spanning all of the Sahel, and of a common culture spanning all of West Africa,” … [Read more...]

Mufaro Chakabuda – WOMAN of ACTION™

  A Celebration of Women™  is elated to Celebrate the Life of this visionary with the heart and soul of strength that enabled her to excel in the world of female entrepreneurs; winning a plethora of Awards; and as of 2010, Zimscholarships.com, a not for profit organization was founded by Mufaro. Zimscholarships is an organization dedicated to promoting Zimbabwe’s future, by giving scholarships to deserving Individuals in their undergraduate or Master’s Programs. ... and now is here to … [Read more...]

RACHAEL TENGBOM – WOMAN of ACTION™

A Celebration of Women™ is excited to Celebrate the Life of an Amazing Maasai Woman.     WOMAN of ACTION™     Rachael Tengbom     RachaelTengbom is a native of the Maasai tribe and founder of ‘Voices of Hope’, an organization that rescues girls in Kaljiado, Kenya, Rachael’s home town. Voices of Hope is based in Kennewick and provides Maasai girls with education and a safe place to live.   Her MISSION   "As a teacher in Kenya, Rachael … [Read more...]

UNRWA – Ensuring Education for girls on WEST BANK

    Ensuring access to education for girls in the West Bank   Wafa'a Shihda is a 13-year-old student at UNRWA's Al-Aqrabania school. The school exemplifies UNRWA's efforts to ensure access to education for Palestine refugees living in the West Bank. Though the school in Al-Aqrabania is co-ed, it has been particularly important for girls living in the village and surrounding area. Social norms mean that girls face more constraints on their freedom of movement. This has been … [Read more...]

UN & EUJUST LEX – Iraq: Education for Girls and Women

    Call for a Renewed Commitment to Promote Education for Girls and Women in Iraq        The United Nations and EUJUST LEX – Iraq     Mar 2011   Baghdad – On the occasion of the 100th year of celebrating International Women's Day, hosted jointly by the Government of Iraq, the European Union Integrated Rule of Law Mission in Iraq (EUJUST LEX-Iraq) and the United Nations, all keynote speakers spoke on the importance of educating girls as the corner stone of development in any … [Read more...]

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