Alums own stories on the impact of the training on their lives, proves that majority of the alums have taken very significant and positive strides since attending the WLHRI courses. Indeed there is ample evidence to show that the WLHRI has had a positive impact on both their personal and professional lives.
Here are what some alums have said about WLHRI trainings:
PATIENCE DAPAAH, ACCRA
“… Because of the training I now know more techniques to do the job effectively”.
BEATRICE MENSAH, AKYEM TAFO
“The training has enlightened me on the importance of personal and interpersonal relationships”.
SARDIA SCOTT , ACCRA
“I now see myself in a new light, I realize that God has endowed me with a lot of talents and leadership abilities that I didn’t think were there before I entered the training”.
SANDRA D. FIAMANYA, ACCRA
“… I can now facilitate and organize any workshop … I also learnt that standing up for my rights does not make me discourteous …”
GIFTY DZAH, ACCRA
“I think I have become more focused in life and very firm in my decision making”. JANET SARNEY-KUMA ACCRA “It has changed my thought pattern.”
CATHERINE NOELLA NUMBUO , ACCRA
“As the only woman in management (at my workplace) I was passive in decision making and the implementation of policy; however since the training I have become more confident and efficient”.
MARIAN ATTA-BOAHENE, ACCRA
“…Well, on my professional life I ended up working as the Program Manager of the WLHRI. This finally culminated in my studying law as a second degree. …”
FAUSTINA TALATA TEE, TAKORADI
“I have shared my experiences with my fellow young women on how I became a leader of an organization”
GLORIA AGYEMAN-DUAH, ACCRA
“I have become more assertive and time conscious in achieving set goals.”
MILLICENT ATTABLAYO, ACCRA
“I can say I’m now empowered.”
AZARA ISSAH, TAMALE
“… Given me the courage to organize the young women in the Northern sector.”
ADODO ABLA ADIH-NUVIADENU, ACCRA
“… Made me more confident and more focused.”
CHARITY BUKARI, NAVRONGO
“. . . Made me a good leader, good communicator, good listener…and a team player … My voice is heard from the wilderness”
VALERIE NAA-DEI MILLS, ACCRA
“I have become a strategist, so I now choose my battles carefully.”
VERONICA NCHOR, TAMALE
“…my male counterparts say I am ‘too known’ and I talk a lot and argue for women.”
GIFTY MARTEY, ACCRA
“I am now more bold and courageous to talk about issues concerning women.”
GLORIA ASANTEWAA GYEDU, ACCRA
“It made me more vocal and assertive.”
INNOCENTIA AHIABLE, KUMASI
“I got stronger as a human being and a leader.”
ETHEL MACHARRISON, TEMA
“I have been able to work in ten different communities training youth and women”
SARAH ADU-GYAMFUA, ACCRA
“I am now assertive and can stand up for my rights”
PETRA ADU-PARKOH, ACCRA
“opened my eyes to a lot of things… since then I have learnt to identify my strengths and weaknesses … to build my self…learnt to turn my weaknesses into strengths…”
EDWINA THOMPSON, KUMASI
“I now raise my head above waters.”
LAWRENCIA WONMIA, TAMALE
“I am no longer intimidated by my colleagues”.
JANET AMEWU, NKWANTA
“ developed the habit of good timing so much so that my colleagues get inspired to also manage their time well”.
ALICE TITRIM, WLI
“My training has changed things and still changes things”.
NANA YAA APPIAH, ACCRA
“I have become more assertive in my interpersonal relationships. I ask more questions and communicate more effectively and efficiently”
DINAH KPODO, ACCRA
“ I just set off and accelerated in my values and beliefs without the fear of being judged by the majority.”