003- A Conversation with Jane Odegha about the group African Women’s Voices and Food

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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