By Basetsana Makhalemele
CHANGING and positively impacting the lives of young girls is the fuel behind Kea Modise-Moloto’s passion.
The Ga-Rankua born social entrepreneur says there are conversations that young women do not have at home that they have in the streets are often are detrimental to their future.
She believes in her passion and calling to help women and teenage girls, which led her to give birth to Bontlebame, a non-profit organization.
The organization sets to empower women and teen girls and was launched in 2010 as a movement to remind women of who they are.
She also describes it as a platform that focuses on assisting and empowering them when facing abuse that kills their self-esteem and ambitions.
According to Modise-Moloto Bontlebame’s mission is to continuously create sustainable platforms to inspire and empower individuals and communities by igniting their beauty and ensuring that it radiates from within.
“Through the organisation we aim to empower, encourage and inspire women and children to realise their dreams and aspirations and to also believe in their own potential to exit unfavourable circumstances,” says the MBA student.
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