She was seeking people to help her to bring about some major changes in how the local women and girls were perceived and, thus, treated.
She had already started to carry out this mission but knew that she would be needing far more help than what she currently had if the changes she wanted made were to become permanent.
Thanks to having the miracle of Internet access here in the 21st Century, this project has more of a chance of becoming increasingly real.
As of this post, I have written several things about this (including how others have picked up on the information from reading this and would like to find ways to participate), and Rose has come up with a couple of writings for sharing the overall situation and for getting started on putting an end to it. I will share links to these writings at this time...
"This One's For The Girls"...
So, What Are We Going To Do About Tanzania?
Green And Serene In A Drama-Filled World
An Interesting Thing Happened On The Way To Tanzania...
Please Help Empower These Beautiful Women And Girls!!!
The following two links lead to pages on which I've pasted some information from Rose. The information contained in the first document is a kind of overall story (with more details and descriptions of the needs) of what is going on over there, while the information contained in the next one is a sketchy game plan.
CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR THE MAASAI WOMEN EMPOWERMENT PROGRAM IN NGORONGORO DISTRICT.
FOUNDATION STEPS FOR THE ORGANIZATIONAL DEVLOPMENT OF MIMUTIEIS BASED ON THE FOLLOWING STRATEGY:
This, as I've indicated, is a post containing links to the beginnings of this movement going viral. It will remain the same, as it will remind us of our beginnings and how far we've come.
In order to share updates, I have created another blog about empowerment. It will not only contain updates about this mission but, also, will share other examples of how we can make the world a better place by simply blooming wherever we happen to be planted at any given time.
To get to this blog, please click here...
Thank you for reading this!