Eye Storm is on a mission to give women around the world a stronger voice. To make them seen and heard and feel empowered. This African proverb is so true:
“If you want to go fast, go alone, if you want to go far, go together”
Eye Storm is all about women in business supporting women in business
Apart from the ongoing training, I’m working with a group of very vulnerable people in Africa, Women and Children with Albinism in Uganda, who are setting up their own company, The Mama Mzungu Soap.
These women are particularly exposed as they face some of the most extreme human rights violations in the world, as well as the day-to-day prejudice and discrimination.
I’ve spent time with them in their village, photographing and filming them to give them social medial content to be able to grow their business and I’m still actively involved with supporting them on their mission to stop the stigma around albinism in Africa.
Monica Norley, Business Mentor, featured in image above together with Mama Mzungu Business Manager Diana Bakuyita during International Albinism Awareness March 2019.
To find out more, please click here MAMA MZUNGU
I also support RubyMoon from Gym to Swim with product photography. It was meant to be for one year only, but when you fall in love with a brand, what can you do, the connection has continued.
RubyMoon is a non-profit fitness brand, which uses sustainable fabrics for their garments – such as plastics from the sea – and also channels their entire profit to female entrepreneurs in developing countries.
Ruby Moon collaborates with LendwithCare.org to provide loans and business training to female entrepreneurs, enabling them to break generational cycles of poverty.
The good thing with connections is: RubyMoon is now going to stock the Mama Mzungu Soap!
See and buy their amazing products by clicking HERE