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Alice Sagwidza-Tembe

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Public Health Consultant and Mentor, When Women Worship


Alice Sagwidza-Tembe is a public health consultant with over a decade of experience working in Eswatini, South Africa, and Zimbabwe. She works with organizations like the US Agency for International Development (USAID) to design, implement, and monitor public health-focused programs across southern Africa. Alice is also a mentor at When Women Worship, where she has developed motivational video clips to inspire women to step up, take charge, and support other women to raise their voices. She is currently pursuing a doctorate in behavioral sciences. Alice believes that by investing in the power of women, there can be no limit to what humanity can achieve.

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