The idea of setting up The Women Business Center as a hub for women enterprise development was further inspired from these organizations.

It is based on this that Key focus areas are piloted in developing this programme and advancing the growth of the “movement”.

Global Business School Network GBSN


The Global Business School Network (GBSN) is an international non-profit network of leading business schools dedicated to creating the next generation of skilled managers in low-income countries. Drawing on its executive network of business schools and organisational partners around the world, GBSN couples global best practice with local relevance. GBSN programs, which include modernizing teaching methods and materials, creating innovative curricula for training entrepreneurs, and increasing the accessibility of high quality business education for women, provide business and management students with rigorous yet practical training. This approach results in a stronger pool of local leadership and management talent for all sectors.

Association of Women’s Rights In Development AWID


The Association for Women’s Rights in Development (AWID) is an international, multi-generational, feminist, creative, future-orientated membership organization committed to achieving gender equality, sustainable development and women’s human rights.  A dynamic network of women and men around the world, AWID members are researchers, academics, students, educators, activists, business people, policy-makers, development practitioners, funders, and more. Strengthening movements to advance women’s rights and gender equality worldwide.

AWID’s mission is to strengthen the voice, impact and influence of women’s rights advocates, organizations and movements internationally to effectively advance the rights of women. 


Pulsewire is an interactive space where women worldwide, including those using internet cafes in rural areas, can speak for themselves to the world and collaborate to solve global problems.

Connect with women across the globe to exchange ideas and opportunities that can change their lives.

Speak for yourself to the world and join a supportive global network of women!

 One Globe

My personal role in establishing this community forum is to spearhead a group of Social Entrepreneurs, ICT specialists, Graphic Designers, Media / Marketers, Teachers, Service Providers, Donors , Role Players, Stakeholders, Public-Private Sector, Government, NGO’s, Existing and aspiring Women Entrepreneurs to create the necessary cohesive group that will form the core staff of developing and campaigning entrepreneurship activities in our communities.

In addition to these, I will also bring on board a team of highly qualified mentors, coachers and Role Models.

Their role will be to ensure that the entrepreneurship message and content are easily understood by aspiring entrepreneurs and all the members in the forum.

I aim to break the mould of poverty, by offering a website specifically dedicated to Women in Business, providing them with a platform where they can find a wealth of useful information and professional advice regarding businesses.

This will ensure specific, measurable, achievable, relevant and time-bound (SMART) strategies for effective service delivery.

Moreover, this will create partnerships with government, private sector and women to ensure skills, advice, mentorship and funding at the forum are available to women at all times. Demand-driven skills will be highlighted to encourage competition between job training providers, which will increase the probability and better quality of services. Set up internships at the forum to provide on-the-job training for women. 

Women leadership and dignity programmes will be offered at the forum.

Knowledge will be shared and strategies to how to offer Technical Assistance to underserved women in developing countries and solving complex problems of marginalized communities at the Forum.

One globe together with key personalities from various fields around South Africa came together to set up The One Project  a community forum which aims to leverage media collaboration & knowledge sharing to empower the Youth of South Africa.

Leaders with wealth of knowledge, creativity and experience committed themselves and their organizations to bring the benefits of sustainable education to underserved young people around South Africa.

It was concluded that  education can not be left to teachers alone, nor empowering to NGOs. Commitment were made by the leaders to make a positive change in and around their municipalities.

World Economic Forum WEFORUM

The World Economic Forum is an independent, international organization incorporated as a Swiss not-for-profit foundation.

They strive towards a world-class corporate governance system where values are as important a basis as rules.

The motto is ‘entrepreneurship in the global public interest’. They believe that economic progress without social development is not sustainable, while social development without economic progress is not feasible.

The vision for the World Economic Forum is threefold.

It aims to be: the foremost organization which builds and energizes leading global communities; the creative force shaping global, regional and industry strategies; the catalyst of choice for its communities when undertaking global initiatives to improve the state the world.

United Nations Millennium Campaign STAND UP AGAINST POVERTYsuso_logo_eng_gcapwithogata

Poverty has a woman’s face. Global prosperity and peace will only be achieved once all the world’s people are empowered to order their own lives and provide for themselves and their families. Societies where women are more equal stand a much greater chance of achieving the Millennium Goals by 2015. Every single Goal is directly related to women’s rights, and societies were women are not afforded equal rights as men can never achieve development in a sustainable manner.

Students In Free Enterprise SIFE

SIFE is founded in the United States in 1975. SIFE is a global, not-for-profit education organization that is improving the quality of life and standard of living around the world by teaching the principles and values of free market economics. Working in partnership with business and higher education,

SIFE organizes, trains and motivates teams of university students who teach others an understanding of the principles and values of free enterprise.

Black Managent Forum BMF

The BMF is an independent non-governmental initiative dedicated to placing black managers on an equal footing with managers from other backgrounds and environments.

The BMF was founded in 1976 and is today the primary Black Management organisation in the country. Although the strategic focus of the BMF is on black managers, its’ policy and philosophy is non-racial. To that end its’ membership was open to all races in 1989. The organisation is nationally based with branches throughout the country, providing:

leadership development

business advisory services on transformation


role modelling

business orientation and

a values-based philosophy to young people through a network of established student chapters at various colleges and universities.




  1. When is the launch of the WBC?

  2. Dear Sir,
    We read with interest on the world pulse website of your organisation concern in providing training and mentorship for young women in Africa.
    I am the Manager of NDOPCRAFT a not -for-profit making fair trade organisation based in CAMEROON.The main objective of NDOPCRAFT is to improve the welbeing and safeguard the livelihood of marginalised artisans and farmers especially women in rural communities based on fair trade principles.By providing and empowering these women to be economically independent.
    We look forward to partnering and network with you.

    Best regards


  4. your vision is great, greater than words could express, for the greatest gift a man can offer unto his world is not by giving birth and adding to the problems of the universe but by seeking answers to problems and mastering courage to solving them. yes more organizations needs to spring up to help teach people how to fish and it is wonderful how your organization is impacting lives and inspiring women; the heart of every nation. keep on keeping on

  5. How can i enter in contact for partership, my ngoo si in congo and act for social, economics ans cultural rights.

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