Dear P.A.K.E.M.A supporters: you are all beautiful and we know that you are impacting your communities in one way or another. It is really great and priceless having you here!! Be encouraged by this wonderful quote “The most beautiful people we … Continue reading
Hello PMentorship Supporters! We are happy to share with you that our founder was interviewed and featured by the African Woman and Child Feature Service Organization on their 50th Issue of the Kenyan Woman Publication. Thank you AWCFS for the support! We are grateful! Staytuned @PMentorship #GenderEquality #QualityEducation #Empowerment #PMentorship
We are glad to share with you that our founder’s article addressing career advice and the seven most important tips to College students just got approved and published on the Project Eve Blog! We encourage our PMentors, PMC students and our supporters/fans in high school and college to take a look at this article, very insightful! #Pmentorship #BeInspired#Share
The Strong, Empowered, & Classy Project is very excited to present our 40th Highlight of the Week: Winter Okoth, a Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM) fanatic and founder of Pamoja Kenya Mentorship Alliance (PAKEMA), a non-profit grassroots organization that was established in July 7th 2012 as an alliance of Kenyans & Global Elites extending networking & MENTORSHIP services to young school children and youths situated in slums, urban and remote rural areas of Kenya and beyond by focusing on the empowerment, leadership, critical thinking, socio-economical, spiritual and academic growth of these future leaders. Get empowered and read more of her powerful story here: http://bit.ly/1bBbIZD
Much thanks to our supporters walking along with us in this amazing journey! Congratulations P-Team! Keep up the great work! P-Mentorship ON & Moving! May God Bless!
This was our first visit to the Mcedo Beijing High School! One of our P-Mentors, Mr. Oduong, gave a talk presentation on DECISION MAKING in a simplified manner that the students could understand. Mr. Oduong defined decision making as a choice between a number of possible answers to a question and that making a decision can be done in one of these 3 ways:
(1) rote, the decision is made on the basis of a set of rules and no selectivity is required.
(2) intuitive, decisions are made on the basis of cerebrally stored information and reasoning systems which permit a fast response. The increasing complexity of veterinary clinical questions increases the probability of error
(3) decision analysis, a means of solving complicated problems by including all of the factors that could possibly affect the outcome of the analysis in a series of sequential questions. This gives each of the factors an opportunity of affecting the outcome. The chance of error by omission can be eliminated but the process is prolonged.
We are glad to share with you that our P.A.K.E.M.A Girl Child Committee Chair is visiting with Ghana, one of the P.A.K.E.M.A Chapters in Africa! Stay tuned for more P.A.K.E.M.A Mentorship Alliance updates coming soon!! We appreciate all our supporters!
We are happy to share with you this humbling news that P.A.K.E.M.A Mentorship Alliance is officially endorsed by the UN Women Canada National Committee! This is a great milestone ever for the P.A.K.E.M.A Initiative and may God bless P-Mentorship journey, the entire P.A.K,E.M.A Team and our supporters! Thank you UN Women Canada National Committee for the endorsement! We are sincerely grateful and humbled by this amazing milestone!! Thank you so much for the generous support!!
The P.A.K.E.M.A Mentorship Alliance is congratulating our advisory board member, Almas Jiwani, President of UN Women National Committee Canada for being honored with an MDG Meritorious Award at the 2013 Women Advancement Forum in South Africa. “Women’s empowerment is a topic that needs to be re-addressed and discussed iteratively until satisfactory results have been achieved. The international community cannot afford to desist and decelerate in the pursuit of Millennium Development Goals (MDG’s) that stipulate full integration and emancipation of women. The goal of achieving gender equality does not stand isolated. In correlation with other development goals, women’s empowerment is a contributing factor towards ending poverty and building a safe and prosperous world.” Almas Jiwani. Congratulations! Great inspiration!
Dear P.A.K.E.M.A Supporters & Fans,
The P-Team 2013 welcomes you to checkout our Official P.A.K.E.M.A Mentorship Alliance Website (though still a work in progress) and see how you can Get Involved to help make a Difference and help make this World a Better Place for all through the P.A.K.E.M.A Mentorship Alliance! Thank you for the support. http://www.pamojakenyamentorshipalliance.org/