Seminars & Workshops
We host seminars the nation over including East London, Umtata, Durban, Port Elizabeth, Cape Town City centre, Ulundi, Johannesburg, Dimbaza, Knysna and Khayelitsha, South Africa. Womb Stewardship is equally passionate about making inroads in the smaller, marginalised towns; especially in the Eastern Cape. Schools also play a vital part in the Womb Stewardship mark. It is at that precarious age that youth form their perspectives and strengthen their convictions.
Mediums that we use are:
- Painting and pottery
- Life Orientation subject in schools
- Music, arts and dance
- Books and journals
- Marriage seminars
- Movies, DVD’s, clips, social media and online channels such as YouTube
Invites in the future include Swaziland and Nigeria. No doubt, this is only the beginning of Womb Stewardship’s international rise as the subject matter is appealing across cultural, racial and social lines.
We realize that the harvest is plenty, but the labourers are few. Our mandate is to be effective in the work that we do by equipping those passionate about the Womb Stewardship vision and message to establish a task team which operates in their area. This Task Team will be responsible for follow-ups, organising all gatherings, seminars, talks or workshops in its locale as well as reaching out to schools, hospitals, churches and the community.
If you are a medical practitioner with a drive to use your expertise for social advocacy and moral regeneration, Womb Stewardship is the place for you! Through your training to become a ‘Steward’, you will be able to have seminars and attend workshops on behalf of Womb Stewardship. We are looking for selfless individuals of integrity and with a genuine care for seeing people reach their goals holistically.
Womb Stewardship has had experience interacting in the media space of print, radio, vlog, blogs and television. We welcome all invitations to speak on these platforms. Refer to our “Contacts” page to see more on how to do this