World leaders and philanthropists are putting more emphasis on helping women and children. Women are termed to be the backbone of a country’s economy. Through empowering women, you are empowering a country’s economy. Malini Saba has taken it upon herself to helping women and children with the education, needed healthcare services, and a place that is safe for them.
About Malini Saba
Malini Saba is a world top investor and a South Asian philanthropist. Saba is currently the chair of Saban, and her passion is to see all women being successful in what they do. In 2001, she founded a non-profit organization by the name “Stree: Global Investments in Women.” The organization’s aim is to change how low-income and at-risk women and children worldwide view themselves.
Stree helps women to access legal empowerment, healthcare and provides a forum for a grassroots movement to connect with public policy in India, Africa, Eastern Europe, and Central America. Through hard work, Saba has been able to have the means of making a positive impact through her course.
Through proving women and children with the needed resources of bettering their lives, their future is guaranteed to be bright. Malini defines success as doing what your heart desires, accomplishing it, and smiling each day. Remaining true to yourself and doing what you love, you achieve true success.
Malini believes that whatever happens in the past in your personal or business life is unchangeable. The past is there for us to reflect and learn from it. She believes that we are all seeking happiness and that it does not necessarily come from fame or money. Happiness may take a little longer to achieve, but in the long run, we become better people in the society.
Challenges faced by Malini Saba
Malini Saba‘s biggest challenge in the quest to make a change has been dealing with governments in some of the developing countries. Standing her ground on issues affecting women and children she has been able to push for positive policy and change. It is essential to remember that the change you are impacting is not for one person, but the community at large.
Women and children are the backbones of each economy. World leaders should emulate the steps taken by Malini Saba in helping women and children better their lives. It is through doing so that developing countries will start to rise economically.