Share your story with us
My adventure in entrepreneurship began when I was a little girl, selling candy in elementary school, and it’s continue until university, I always found something to sell. Specifically, my business was born three years ago because I was looking for a source of income to be more independent. Then, I noticed a need in my sector of activity, the fashion world. Since the service I was providing through my sales was greatly appreciated, I began to have a bigger vision for the development of my business that could in the long-term create jobs and enable other women to be self-sufficient.
Your JAMII Femmes adventure
My expectations for the JAMII Femmes program were much more about expanding my network to create more opportunities for partnership and mutual support. Learning through the Honoris University United Universities courses was my greatest experience and my greatest asset to the program. The challenges are concentration and availability to complete the courses and be active on the WIA Social platform.
Finally, please give us a quote about your motivation, your vision of Africa or your personal ambitions
We have the power to reduce inequalities by creating value through our businesses. Africa is a land of opportunity and we must take advantage of it and stand out through our know-how.