Increasing your sphere of influence – Design Your Life
Special appreciation to:
Turning negatives into positives – Your Health; Your Wealth
Shola & Shade
Living life to the fullest
How to communicate & connect better in Marriage & Knowing your child better
Title: How to climb the ladder in the film industry/ work places
Title: Avoiding abusive relationships
Signs of potential domestic violence and how to overcome them
Title: Protecting the Girl Child and gele wrap lesson
Dr Ranti Lawumi
Title: Resilience in the face of adversity
Baronness Jummy Ariyo
Title: Living against the odds + handouts
Pastor Shola Victor-Sajowa
Title: What is your name?
A song from one of her albums
Closing thanks support us by donating/volunteering/apprenticeships/work experience
Protocol for speakers/ food & refreshments
Sing & Camera
Music & IT/sound
Setup and Breakdown
Many thanks for your time an support! Go bless you!
A big thank you to all our donors, sponsors, supporters, attendees and speakers! Enrich Africa August 2014 Launch Event
The August event was a massive success - because you came and supported our work to help the less privileged. Please, continue to support us by coming to our website www.enrichafrica.com to see what we are doing to help people in the community and to see our list of courses which you may like. Our courses which will start in September, (venue dates and time to be arrange) include:
Scores of beautifully dressed women accompanied by their spouses and children turned out to attend the launching of ENRICH AFRICA in August 2014. It was a truly empowering and uplifting event with 12 powerful speakers motivating and encouraging women to keep pressing forward and to excel in all areas of their lives. And the weather was nice and warm with the sun sitting comfortably in the deep blue sky.
The event which took place in the airy church hall of All Nations Church - Bonneville Centre, Clapham, south London was populated by a total of 85 attendees. There were exhibition stands and a wonderful assortment of snacks and drinks donated by Mrs Ade Oyegoke, Mrs Abisola Ojumu and Ms Funmi Sosanya.
Starting promptly about 1pm, the event was opened by Pastor Kola Akinbi and his beautiful wife pastor Florence Akinbi. From then on Mrs Abisola Ojumu took over as the moderator. Firs to speak was Mrs Morin Okenla, the founder of Enrich Africa who talked about how the idea of Enrich Africa came about and her vision for the organisation.
The next speaker was Ms Yetunde Odebiyi
Photo session, refreshments, networking & Registration starts
Welcome and Introduction of Enrich Africa/ words of inspiration.
Introduction of speaker 1 by Bisola Ojumu
Yetunde Odebiyi (15mins)
Introduction of speaker 2 & 3 by Bisola Ojumu
Shola Bademosi & Sade Kaffo (15 mins)
Advert on the screen & DONATIONS
Bisola Ojumu 2mins
Song by Esther Okenla & Nicole Delpratt
Bisola Ojumu 3mins
Introduction of speaker 4 by Bisola Ojumu
Shola Fadiya (15 mins)
Introduction of speaker 5 by Bisola Ojumu
Theodora Ibekwe-Oyebade (15mins)
Q & A and fill in feedback forms please
BISOLA Ojumu (3 min)
BREAK / Ads on screen | DONATIONS | Lucky Dip Winner
Bisola Ojumu (2mins)
Introduction of speaker 6 by Halie Gidado
Anne Azinge (15mins)
Introduction of speaker 7 by Esther Okenla
Adebola Atoloye (15mins)
Introduction of speaker 8 by Timi Merriman Johnson
Ranto Lawumi (15mins)
Break/ Song by Sandra Robinson and art exhibition as she sings
Sandra Robinson 5mins
Introduction of speaker 9 by Ayo Gidado
Jumoke Ariyo (15mins)
Introduction of speaker 10 by Bisola Ojumu
Debbie Ariyo OBE (15mins)
Introduction of speaker 11 by Bisola Ojumu
Shola Victor Sarjowa (15mins)
Closing speech and next events/ testimonials/feedback forms
Morin Okenla (5mins)
Networking, marketing products & refreshments
Exhibition on throughout the programme
Thanks to everyone for the part you played in making this event a success!
Enrich Africa was launched on Saturday 9 August 2014 at the All Nations Church Conference Hall in Clapham, south London in the United Kingdom. The event as opened by Pastor Kola Akinbi and his with Pastor Florence Akinbi of The House of Resurrection Church (THORP) in Mitcham, Surrey. The founder of Enrich Africa, Morin Okenla said that the vision behind the organisation was to help children from African and Caribbean backgrounds especially those on the brink of exclusion from mainstream schools; and women, especially mothers through aspiration programmes and educational workshops. Morin Okenla who is an educational professional who works at the St Cecilia’s Church of England School in London has a honours degree in fine art and a Postgraduate Diploma in law believes that early intervention can help these children who perform below national averages in education can be empowered through better parental guidance and involvement. The organisation which is non-profit will focus on education, entrepreneurship, art, music and culture,
Morin Okenla said that Enrich Africa aims to use art, music, mathematics and computing to empower the youngsters. She confirmed that programmes will commence to raise the attainment of women through parental programmes, further education and entrepreneurial initiatives for women living in the UK.
The founder also said that programmes in Africa will with support for poor children and their parents through similar enterprise and educational programmes.