Lady Laimani Bidali, Founder of Alabastron Network Trust
The twenties are a very important decade in shaping our lives and life outcomes. I am not saying that you cannot correct them later, you can. However, why not save yourself a few years of heartache, regret, and pain. Why not shorten your learning curve?
That is why Almah Life is here, tailor-made for young women in consideration to the struggles and fears they have that affect their future.
The Twenties are about self-discovery (identity), self-esteem (value) and defining your life (significance)
It is about who am I? Who am I becoming? And why?
How Almah Life came to be
Alabastron Network Trust has been in existence for 10 years and through its various programs has interacted with over 20,000 women, and coached approximately 10,000. Our aim is to create a network of women who are committed to improving the quality of life experience for themselves, their families, and society.
When a woman is INpowered, there are ripple effect benefits experienced by her entire circle of influence. Alabastron has received feedback from parents, husbands, children, and employers on the impact it has had on their lives indirectly.
Alabastron works with a diversity of women in age, religion, race, culture, social economic background and economic position, sexual and gender orientation. It is through this work that we have realized that women lose themselves very early in life and this accelerates in their college years. Thus the birth of Almah Life
Almah is a Hebrew word meaning young maiden. A maiden in our society, refers to a young woman between the ages of 19-29 years, at this age she is making decisions on career, marriage, and children. The words Almah Life, express our desire to equip young women with life tools that will give them value and significance.