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Friday, April 29, 2016

Afroelle Magazine Launches Freudon Campaign


Afroelle Magazine Launches Freudon Campaign
Afroelle Magazine, a digital magazine dedicated to women of African heritage is now on Freudon, the world's first crowd funding platform for millennial entrepreneurs and artists.

Nairobi, Kenya, 19th April, 2016 –Afroelle Magazine this month announced that it is raising funds via a crowd funding campaign on Freudon – the world's first crowd funding platform for millennial entrepreneurs and artists. They’ve set out to raise $20,000 to help them grow their magazine platform into a trusted digital media outlet covering more women’s issues.
Afroelle Magazine started as a blog in 2010 by Kenyan native, Patricia Miswa, and grew into an online magazine. It has featured close to 1000 women making a difference in Africa and the Diaspora. Some of these women include the late Nelson Mandela's granddaughter Zoleka Mandela, Hollywood actress Lisa Raye, Tabetha Kanengoni, Deputy Minister of Sport, Arts and Culture, the youngest minister in Zimbabwe, Dr. Kakenya Ntaiya, a 2013 top 10 CNN hero, Mbabazi Esther, first officer at Rwandair, Commonwealth Short Story Prize 2014 winner, Jennifer Nansubuga Makumbi, Zimbabwean writer NoViolet Bulawayo among many other women.
Each issue of the magazine features entrepreneurs, leaders, influencers and tastemakers who are making a difference in society, plus editorials on books, films, music, technology, health, entertainment, business, travel, lifestyle, art, culture and more.
“We’ve achieved a lot in the past 6 years and we are positive that this Freudon campaign is exactly what we need to take the magazine to the next level” said Patricia Miswa
Please click HERE for more information about their Freudon campaign and how you can contribute. All of their past issues are free for viewing. Readers can subscribe to read at .
Contact Name: Patricia Miswa, Founder
Company Name: Afroelle Magazine
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Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Family isn't always about blood: Love + Sisterhood From Ajara

Dear Sisters,

There is a saying thats says family isn't always blood. It's the people in your life who want you in theirs. The ones who accept you for who you are. The ones who would do anything to see you smile, and who love you no matter what. Today, I have many women I call sisters, we are not blood related, but  share our joy, peace and happiness together. We support each other, and make sure we have a shoulder to cry when needed. To you my sisters I say thank you for being a part of my life. I love you, respect you and honor you. 

Love Ajara. 

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Love note by Lydia Limbe to her Sisters

Dear Flavius Rehema & Jacqueline Chepngeno,

Being a woman in this time and age is not an easy thing especially when you have no one who understands what you are going through. I am lucky to have had a hand to hold, a shoulder to cry on and someone to always tell me “Nakufeel dada.” (I feel you sister). You display the most genuine friendship and heartfelt love that show you understand and truly care about others. It is like the love of a mother and child. A great woman once said, ‘when a door is opened for you, make sure to leave the door open for another sister to enter.’ You generously opened that door for me and I will make sure to leave it open for another young one to enter.
Thank you for showing me what sisterhood really means.
With love,

 Nangor Millicent Lokaale:
Millicent is a student at the University of Nairobi, Parklands Campus, pursuing an undergraduate degree in Law. She is a brilliant young woman from the Turkana Community who went through mentorship and scholarship in the Akili Dada program. Millicent is an upcoming woman leader and also a Youth Leader in her community. She is currently the Organizing Secretary of the “Turkana University of Nairobi Students Association (TUNSA) and holds various position of leadership in different Associations in her community. Millicent is interested in women leadership and women’s right. She dreams of becoming a women’s’ Rights Activities in the near future.

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