About

About


Welcome to our network; join us and let’s make a change together!


Who are We?

Muslima Mentorship Network is a group of young Intellectual Muslim women who have come together as a unit in pursuit of giving back to society.

Our goal is to provide guidance to young Muslim girls and support them in their quest to become better individuals. We aim at helping them to achieve higher education, build successful careers and live good Islamic lifestyles.

After going through school without proper mentoring, career counseling and coaching, a significant number of girls graduate without a sense of self-worth. They are unable to make the right choices and focus on ventures that will not help them live to their fullest potential.

Some of these girls drop out of school due to factors such as teenage pregnancy, domestic abuse, peer pressure, and lack of proper parental guidance and control.

The good side to this story is that, some of these Muslimas have gone through similar experiences in their youth and have come out successful.

With our rich pool of knowledge and experience, we hope to help these young women become better people and responsible members of our society.

Our Mission

Our mission is to provide guidance to young  Muslim girls in their quest to achieve higher education, successful career and a very good Islamic lifestyle.

Our Vision

Our vision is to establish career counseling centers in every school, and in every town across Ghana and subsequently across Africa by the year 2050.

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Testimonials

I chose to offer myself to serve on Muslimah Mentorship Network because it’s a great opportunity to serve others.

Bilkis Nuhu Kokroko

I am very passionate about helping others to find their talents and help them use it in ways that would make them better individuals. I have worked with three (3) different NGOs in the past and now I hope to do the same here.

Saudatu Nuhu Kokroko

I love to inspire someone and being an inspiration, to me, that alone is half the job done.

Hasia Ahmed

I’ve had adequate experience and skills when it comes to entrepreneurship which I would love to share with anyone who has interest in that.

Bilqis Ishaq

I am from Nigeria and a journalist. I hope to impact the lives of young people. Thank you

Baraka Bashir

The reason why I want to be part of this programme is to be able to impact the life of humanity in my own little way. I look forward to mentoring less privileged girls with a passion to strive.

Rashidatu Adam Abubakar