Top female Journalist vows to improve lives of Hustling women
The Executive Director of Journalist for Women and Rural Development in Africa(JWRDA), Mrs. Shirley Asiedu-Addo has vowed to work with her team to improve the lives of Hustling women, since women remain the backbone of families and communities.
“As women Journalists, we work a lot across the communities in the region and realized that there is a lot of things that contribute to poverty and under development”, she noted.
Mrs. Asiedu-Addo made this known when HOS-Glo foundation, a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) based in Cape Coast in Collaboration with JWRDA organized a training workshop on bookkeeping and customer service for Small and Medium Enterprise (SMEs). It was to help them manage their businesses and make it better and profitable.
About 50 participants including semistresses, hairdressers, agric-business persons and traders among others benefited in the training workshop.
“As part of efforts to make sure that Journalists for Women and Rural Development in Africa and Hos-Glo are part of the solution and to improve work in the communities we decided to Organize this workshop to get people to understand how effectively they can manage their businesses and to help them make profit and impact their family” Mrs. Asiedu-Addo stated.
On her part, the Chief Executive Officer of Hos-Glo, Madam Ursala Adadzewa Fynn expressed sadness about how women bitterly complain that they are not making profit nor improving their businesses.
She believed the training workshop would help the women manage their businesses proper and make it better in order to earn huge profits to enable them cater for their families.
Source: Hajia Hassana