Sister’s Keeper SA was founded by a South African young woman, Suzan Itumeleng Motseo, best known as ItuSue from the Bapedi tribe originating from Limpopo province, Tzaneen in the rural areas called Ga-Modjadjie. The NGO was established to empower, inspire, motivate and support women in personal growth, business and careers paths. In essence I am saying women are not victims, but we are more than conquerors when we stand together, support one another and be each other’s keeper.
My vision is to build a society where women will not just have access to adequate resources and equal opportunities but also equip women to know their self-worth and understand the power that God has embedded within us.
I am a strong believer that every human being of any gender has been born with a gift the world can benefit from. All we need is a friend consistently reminding us of how great we are each time we forget and a keeper to hold your hand through the beautiful journey of self-discovery.
On the 5th August 2017, our event was hosted to honour women that have selflessly dedicated their lives to serve vulnerable youth in two of the orphanage homes I have personally adopted (Kgomotso Children Centre and Louis Botha Children’s Home). Entry was a minimum of 3 sanitary pads or more per person, which were all donated to the above motioned homes in support of a girl child with disadvantaged backgrounds.
The event was a platform for women to come together and share ideas on how to grow in all areas of our lives and have positive impact in changing lives of girls within our communities and country as a whole. “I strongly believe that women have been embedded with the power to positively change the world and as we work together in our personal capacity and as organisations aiming at changing lives one person at a time, so that one day we may leave the world a better place than we found it”
What The Founder Say
“I strongly believe that women have been embedded with the power to positively change the world and as we work together in our personal capacity and as organisations aiming at changing lives one person at a time, so that one day we may leave the world a better place than we found it”