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The community is not on the girls side
Lebogang Mgiba
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02 Apr, 2019

The Rise Young Women’s Clubs programme seeks to build social cohesion, self-efficacy and resilience through creating a space where young women can support each other, encouraging young women to work as a group to undertake projects in the community and, ultimately, preventing hiv, mitigating its impact and enabling safer choices.

‘The Rock of rocks’
Karel
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03 Apr, 2018

Tribute to Ma Winnie Madikizela-Mandela by Lebo Ramafoko - CEO of Soul City

The community is not on the girls side

The Rise Young Women’s Clubs programme seeks to build social cohesion, self-efficacy and resilience through creating a space where young women can support each other, encouraging young women to work as a group to undertake projects in the community and, ultimately, preventing hiv, mitigating its impact and enabling safer choices.

Lebo Ramafoko gives a SHORT ‘SHARP talk’ to the prestigious Duke Mendell Media Exchange in Johannesburg

In her talk she speaks about the power of storytelling in women’s fight to be freed from the fear of rape and violence, and to write the story of their own lives.

‘The Rock of rocks’

Tribute to Ma Winnie Madikizela-Mandela by Lebo Ramafoko - CEO of Soul City

United Nation's 2018 Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) (Lebo's Blog, pt 2)

Lebo and Rise Young Woman Advocate, Nadeli Chirwa, are attending the United Nation’s 2018 Commission on the Status of Women (CSW)

United Nation's 2018 Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) (Lebo's Blog, pt 1)

Soul City CEO, Lebo Ramafoko, is attending the United Nation's 2018 Commission on the Status of Women (CSW).