Rethinking Business development for women

OUR MISSION

Anakazi Center is focused on three core pillars: Business Development, Advocacy and Workforce Development. We have a clear and simple mission to facilitate the economic and social empowerment of  women by developing global business development support networks, increasing knowledge of global issues, advocating for human rights, and supporting the equal participation of women and men in addressing development issues.

HOW WE SERVE

Anakazi Center facilitates the economic and social empowerment of women by developing business development support networks, increasing knowledge of global issues, advocating for human rights, and supporting the equal participation of women and men in addressing development issues. Anakazi Center accomplishes this mission through three core areas: Advocacy, Business development, and Mentorship of Women and Girls.

OUR PROGRAMS AND SERVICES

We accomplish our mission through Business Development, Advocacy and Workforce Development.

BUSINESS INCUBATOR

Workforce Development & Mentorship

  • The Workforce Development program helps job seekers navigate the job search process and find meaningful employment. The program is designed to work with under- or un-employed men and women in an individualized and coordinated way to ensure that all of their workforce development needs are met.
Advocacy

ADVOCACY

  • Voices of Anakazi Radio discussions with women leaders across the globe.
  • Collaborate with other organizations focusing on raising the voices of women.

Our Programs Include

Women in Trade
Women in Agriculture
Women in fashion
Workforce Development
Market Place
Young Anakazi Career development
Business Incubator

Feedback from Anakazi Beneficiaries

“Thank you for the tremendous job you are doing especially for us who are still trying to expand our businesses”

“Thank you so much for coming up with this amazing business network, it’s a very helpful platform especially for most women who are unemployed”

“I am always so pleased when someone posts to the Anakazi Business Network and there is a flurry of requests. Fellow sisters making money and helping to support their families. Excellent initiative”