Chase your destiny
The responsibilities of having children and raising them to become responsible adults, was the focus of a conference for young people held in Windhoek earlier in March.
The Fatherhood Foundation hosted the first-ever C.H.A.S.E Your Destiny conference for over 370 young men and women to equip them with the building blocks for living a life of honour and to fulfil their destiny in a society plagued by fatherlessness. The emphasis was on the new strategic partnership of the Ladies and Men of Honour Programme that mentors and trains youth, ages 13 and above, about chivalry, honour, moral excellence, and courageous leadership. “The City of Windhoek commends the work of the Fatherhood Foundation that, through this programme, is working to educate a community that is plagued by many social ills. We can already see the impact of the Men and Ladies of Honour programme in the young men engaged in this initiative. We want to see you increase your reach to more schools and more young people”, said Her Worship Mrs. Hangapo Veico, the Deputy Mayor of the City of Windhoek. The Fatherhood Foundation, an organisation that focuses on training, coaching and mentoring men on how to be victorious in every area of their lives, organised this conference as its first official public introduction and to launch its new strategic programme aimed to reach the next generation.