Talia Women's network


We are here to empower young women and girls to enable them to realise their full potential and achieve greatness.

We believe in empowering women and communities in situations of poverty,illiteracy, disease and social injustice. Our interventions aim to develop large scale, positive changes through economic and social programs that enable women and children to realise their potential.

Featured News

17 August 2018

Every woman in the history of humanity has or had a period. Each month, her uterus sheds its lining, sending blood flowing out through her vagina (unless she’s pregnant, in which case she gets a lengthy reprieve). This process is as natural as eating, drinking and sleeping, and it’s beautiful too: There’s no human race without it. Yet most of us loathe talking about it. Memories of first menstruation - whether good or bad - are unforgettable.


What they say

Christina Makumbirofa is a Personal Assistant to the Executive Director at Zimbabwe Farmers Union Harare, she has transitioned from just being a Personal Assistant but also an entrepreneur.


Attending the Global Leadership Summit this year was a very empowering experience. My favourite speakers were Immaculee Ilibagiza, Joni Eareckson Tada and the one who had most impact on me was Gary Haugen. I realized that my greatest struggle is FEAR.

Lucy Makuti, 24

The Young Women Leadership Development Program and attending GLS have transformed my life in so many ways. I have met some loving people with an insatiable appetite for God and personal development, like me.

Sympathy Sibanda, 30

“This whole experience has given me a time for self introspection. I have reflected on some of the things that l do but do not add value to myself and to the people in my community.

Bolivia Mabwe, 27

“I am thrilled to let it out that the Young Women Leadership Development and the Global Leadership Summit have awakened me and taken me out of my ‘comfort zone. Joni Eareckson Tada had the most impact on me. She is an international advocate for disabled people.

Sharon Mtetwa, 20

Together, we can bring the change we were called for. Join us on this remarkable journey and help in changing the lives of women and girls out there.