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19 Nov

Miss Teen Africa Anca Smith To Host The GirlTalk Forum In Namibia

In the vibrant and culturally diverse country of Namibia, a remarkable event is set to take place that promises to inspire and empower young women across Africa. Miss Teen Africa, the charismatic and trailblazing Anca Smith, will be hosting The GirlTalk Forum in Namibia. With her infectious energy and unwavering passion for female empowerment, Miss Smith aims to create a safe space where girls can freely express themselves, share their experiences, and learn from one another. As the saying goes,...

04 Oct

Anca Smith has been appointed as Miss Teen Africa Foundation ambassador

Anca Smith has been appointed as Miss Teen Africa Foundation ambassador following her victory in the Miss Teen Africa 2023 pageant in Cameroon. The Miss Teen Africa Foundation is the charity arm of Miss Teen Africa that seeks to support young girls as leaders and help them achieve their full potential. One of the Foundation’s main objectives is to organise the GirlTalk Forum, a special program designed to empower young girls and give them a safe space to discuss issues affecting...

29 Jan

10 Ways to Effectively Gain a Sponsorship

Finding sponsors for a pageant can be very difficult and it constantly seems like you’re being told no. We completely understand how frustrating it can be so here are 10 ways to find pageant sponsors.  And remember, the best way to get anyone to sponsor you is to do something for them in return. Don’t forget to thank all your new sponsors! 1. Talk to family and friends Your family and friends want to see you succeed and will support your goals. ...

20 Jan

The MTAF Poetry collective is back!

The Miss Teen Africa Foundation is delighted to announce the re-launch of the Poetry collective for young emerging poets, writers, and spoken word artists in Africa and beyond!This bi-monthly online competition was developed by the Miss Teen Africa Foundation team with the aim to encourage more young women to polish their creative talent, stimulate their imagination and use the power of the spoken word to impact positive changes in their communities. We welcome applications from all emerging artists aged 15...

25 Dec

Miss Teen Africa Foundation launches Poetry Collective

Calling all new emerging spoken word poets to get involved. The Miss Teen Africa foundation Poetry Collective program is here. The brand new initiative is developed with the aim to encourage the reading and writing of poetry amongst young women of African heritage have been receiving. “We are excited about this new initiative,” said MTA Director Yomi Adegoke. “The idea was originally inspired by Queen Elizabeth’s “message of hope” speech during the global pandemic and so we decided to twist it to...

27 Jul

SAVE THE DATE for a fabulous evening of fashion, Book collection, food, and fundraising for Miss Teen Africa Foundation!

On June 26, 2018, MTA in collaboration with Mode1 Model Management will host its 1st annual Beauty In African Heritage (BIAH) Charity Fashion Show, presented by Amirah Akpan the reigning Miss Teen Africa! The event is an exclusive fashion show that showcases local and international African inspired designers while raising funds for YouGoGirl Foundation 1000 Books campaign, a campaign raising awareness about education and collecting books for children in Africa.   Admission includes 2 drink tickets (wine and non-alcoholic drinks...

10 Jun

MTA Excited To Be Nominated For Leading Sector Awards

Miss Teen Africa Foundation is delighted to announce that it has been shortlisted for a national Awards, which recognises excellence in the UK diversity and charity sector. The organisation was shortlisted in this year’s Community Organisation Award category, which recognises organisations empowering communities and promoting social action. The foundation together with the Miss Teen Africa® cultural pageant uses diverse platform to support young women and empower them to lead positive lives. The organisation which is based in the UK is aiming to...

11 Oct

Miss Teen Africa Foundation announces Sickle Cell & Young Stroke Survivor (SCYSS) as the charity of the year 2015

Miss Teen Africa Foundation announces Sickle Cell & Young Stroke Survivor (SCYSS) as Charity of the year. The organisation who are a registered charity in UK holistically supports children, young people and their families affected by sickle cell anaemia and childhood stroke. Sickle cell disease affects millions of Black and Mediterranean people and very common in people of African and Caribbean here in Britain’ said the Director of Miss Teen Africa, but only a small number knows about it and it...

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