You are never too young or too old for encouragement.
Manasprings encourages and educates women leaders who support vulnerable and marginalised groups in Kenya. Facilitating women community leader events, over one, two or three days are a major focus of Manasprings, given we believe that women who work on the frontlines need time on the sidelines. Holistic women community leaders who work in inner city slums and remote rural areas need time for physical and psychological rest and for spiritual retreat. It is important for these women who serve the poor and marginalised to have the time, and to be in a place where they can be reminded that God's world has beauty, quiet and peace, not just ugliness, poverty and conflict. They also need a chance to learn from their lifetime experience of walking with the poor. They need time and the place to be able to sort out what has happened to them, and to make sense of it. They need to figure out what more they need to know, or be, and have the opportunity to learn or develop (Bryant L. Myers).
Manasprings provides a place for women to connect, inspire and learn. The Leadership Events are uniquely designed to strengthen women, who having kind hearts faithfully serve the poor.
To find out more about the latest scheduled Manasprings Events or to invite Manasprings to hold an Event in your region, please contact us.
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Women in Leadership – Bungoma Chapter
27 October 2018
The very first Manasprings Chapter is being held in Bungoma in October. This will be an opportunity for women community leaders to come together to learn, inspire and connect. We welcome women who are supporting vulnerable children, youth, women and families in their local communities. On this day, you will get to meet with Mana […]Read More
Women in Leadership – Migori Chapter
In August 2018, eighteen Mana women gathered for their Manasprings Migori Chapter, hosted at Glory College by Vivian, the college’s founder and lecturer. Participating at the Migori Chapter, were women representing the local community – village eldership, primary and secondary education, care for orphans and vulnerable children, higher education, journalism, and business. The Chapter included […]Read More
Women in Leadership – Nairobi Event
Mana women from across Nairobi participated in the Manasprings Women in Leadership held at the end of July, with Australian guest speakers – Steve and Cheryl Blackwell. The live-in event over two nights and two days, designed for women community leaders who serve the poor and vulnerable, specifically focused on women in leadership, with sessions […]Read More
Women in Leadership – Nakuru Event
Thirty five women community leaders gathered in Nakuru in late July 2018 for the Manasprings Women in Leadership Event held over two nights and two days. With representation from Nakuru, Gilgil, Nyahururu, Migori, Bungoma, and Siaya, Mana women engaged in discussions centred on women in leadership within their communities. Given that all Mana women serve […]Read More
Manasprings Inspire Breakfast – January 2018
Mana women in Nairobi gathered together in January for inspiring conversation over breakfast, reminding us that we are never too young or too old for encouragement. Immaculate shared with us about all the good things happening within her daycare centre and school, and Mana women decided to host events in various locations over the coming […]Read More
Celebrating International Women’s Day
Manasprings welcomed 40 amazing women to Nairobi for three empowering days. Mana women travelled from across Nairobi and as far as Kisumu, Siaya, Machakos, Taita, Narok and Kakamega. It was a time to CONNECT, INSPIRE and LEARN from one another. Our special thanks to the Australian High Commission for their funding that enabled women in community […]Read More