Sabrina Natasha Premji to represent Canada in 2016 Elle Impact Award

Sabrina Natasha Premji to represent Canada in 2016 Elle Impact AwardSabrina Natasha Premji was invited to make a presentation to Elle Canada magazine and was selected by the jury to represent Canada for the Elle Impact2 Award to be held in April in Paris.

Sabrina Natasha Premji had the ELLE Impact2 Canadian jury members’ attention the moment she started her five-minute presentation on Kidogo, a childcare initiative she launched in the poorest slums of East Africa.

“I was working with the Aga Khan Development Network and was invited to see a ‘baby care centre’ in Mlolongo, a slum just outside of Nairobi, Kenya,” explained Premji.

Click here to read more: ellewomeninsociety.com

Read Natasha’s mother, Munira Premji’s account: My daughter in ELLE magazine – Mais Oui!

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Elle Impact Award: An International Award for Female Social Entrepreneurship

ELLE and Le Comptoir de l’Innovation have created a unique award dedicated to female social entrepreneurship, the “ELLE IMPACT² AWARD”. Female entrepreneurs from all around the world will be rewarded and portrayed by ELLE magazines. National competitions will be driven in ten countries. All the national finalists will meet in Paris in April 2016 for the 5th Impact² Ceremony, and an outstanding award will be granted to one Laureate chosen among them.

APRIL 7th, 2016 AT PARIS CITY HALL

Video (in French) from 2015’s inaugural presentation at Paris City Hall.

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Independent, civil society media featuring Ismaili Muslim community, inter and intra faith endeavors, achievements and humanitarian works.

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