Hey Everyone.
Lovely to see you back here. I hope you’re keeping well. Today I’m bringing to you another wonderful conversation with Jane Odegha. We met a few years ago, at a funding event, and have kept in touch since, trying to bring about mutual projects and events.
In this episode we talk about:
* Jane’s work
* Jane’s new business idea
* we’re we are situated now in relation to Nature
* the differences between rural and urban spaces in Sunderland and Nigeria
* The African Women’s Voices group and their projects.

Jane Odegha is a Clinical pharmacist by Profession. She was the first Chairperson of African Women Voices Sunderland 2018 to 2019, a community¬† organisation for African women aiming to establish a network that will encourage true friendship while excluding isolation and promoting integration in the community. She was privileged to work along many African women during her tenure¬† as the Chairperson of the organisation, in the project ‘Sharing African Food Heritage’ sponsored by Heritage Lottery Funding. Jane is passionate about helping people and enjoys networking with others.

Website : africanwomenvoices.co.uk

Facebook page : African women voices Sunderland

INSTAGRAM: @africanwomenvoicessunderland


Theme music: URL: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Black_Ant/Joanna_Preciado/Mother_Earth

Podcast funded by National Heritage Lottery Fund