Creating young leaders
Our programs and Conferences are aimed at providing a space and supportive space to all our young pacific men and women. So they can create, explore and speak about issues they may be facing.
Brown Girl Woke provides the tools and our young leaders strive to create a difference in their communities here at home and across the globe.
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Today our BGW team along with our kids under our After School Program had the opportunity to attend the UN Samoa Convention on the Rights of a Child held at Taumeasina Island Resort.
Our Scholarship programs allow our BGW Club members to further their tertiary studies in which their skills and knowledge go towards the development of our community in which they provide much help and support through different programs and events we hold for youth.
Maluseu Doris Tulifau explains how cultural norms in Samoa make it more important to create safe spaces for those impacted by domestic violence and sexual abuse.
There are plenty of amazing nurses in and around Samoa working countless hours to help the families of those affect by this epidemic, we would like to highlight these amazing people and give back to them.
We are very pleased to be teaming up with overseas groups in continuing this act of support, holding benefit concerts to raise awareness and collect donations for Samoa.
Samoa is now in a state of emergency due to the devastating outbreak of Measles taking over our small island country.
While BGW stands for Women Empowerment we are open to male participants and quite enough we have many young males who are part of our University club at USP, led also by a male student and another one of our BGW Executive members, Victory Tamalelagi
Our Founder Maluseu Doris Tulifau and BGW Executive Chrioni Posini had the privilege of speaking to few overseas journalists and researchers working on articles and dissertations in Samoa ho had known and heard of our organization and wanted to seek more as to what we represent, our movement and involvement in the community.
This initiative is to allow engagement amongst our young students and enabling them to be open to free expression, team building and safety along with leadership skills that may help them with barriers and different obstacles to come in the future.
BGW USP and BGW NUS Clubs collaborated with the NUS Performing Arts Department in preparing for what was a significant event, The One Solitary Life Concert as in love and support of all lives seeking sole purpose and in dedication to Sexual Assault Awareness month.
We had the opportunity to sit inn with representatives of the Central Bank of Samoa as they taught us about Financial Literacy and Leadership.
Learning how to be financially aware and smart with spending and saving money, to be wise in decision making.
A contribution in any amount to the funding of BGW program will help to make this once in a lifetime opportunity a reality for underprivileged Samoan youth.