4C Youth Civility Tour


4C Youth Civility Tour Kicked Off in Kenya at the Sekenani Girls School. The 4C Civility Delegates spoke on Civility-Community-Climate Change & Creativity and distributed sanitary pads and hygiene items to almost 800 girls with our Pads & Panties Project to end period poverty. 

The delegates also visited and learned about the conservatory and renewable resources at the Nashula Conservatory.  Thanks for the collaboration and partnership with Dr. Soyum Shah and the Lions Club leadership.


Our Founder visited the BlessedGirls Burundi team lead by our BG Ambassador Jane Wanja Kamau. We are currently serving over 300 hundred girls in Buterere & Gatumba. The girls were so excited to meet Dr. Anana and Apostle Robbin Hargrove! BlessedGirls used their creativity and performed a play, song and dance about “being a BlessedGirl & Youth Civility.”
Each girl received a hygiene pack and refreshments with donations from our Pads & Panties Project! We’re grateful to the team of mentors who support and educate the girls on a monthly basis in Burundi East Africa! It’s a blessing to see the girls develop into the leaders that will bring change for a better tomorrow with our 4C’s Training. 


BlessedGirls visited the Ohemaa Basic Academy in Accra Ghana during The 4C Africa Tour. The school is an orphanage for school age kids from preschool to high school. The team spoke to the children regarding The 4C and believing in themselves and their ability to Be The Change. Thanks to generous donations the team provided pre-school books to the children and sanitary items to the teens and young adult girls from our Pads & Panties Project. 

South Africa

The BlessedGirls Founder, World Civility Ambassador, Dr. Anana Phifer-Derilhomme, recently presented IChange Nations “Women of Dialogue” awards to 20 women while in Africa on The 4C’s Youth Civility Tour.  Thirty-five women from around the world have received this ICN award including First Ladies of Nations. 

“This prestigious honor for your brilliant mind that brings solutions to the issues around you. We recognize and value that you bring the Golden Rule “Treat others the way that you would like to be treated” in your solutions. We wish to thank you for your contribution to humanity.” Dr. Anana Phifer-Derilhomme.
The award was presented to the Spiritual Midwife Delegates from the United States (Gwen Cunningham, Ayanna Slacum, Tracy Gittens, Peggy Mitchell, Zinia Hargrove, Margie Hernandez, Felicia Woodward, Ronnise White), County of Chairs Assembly Representative (Lucy Ngugi), BlessedGirl Leaders in Burundi (Jane Kamau, Blandine Hatungimana, Jeanine Ngabire, Blessy Iradukunda), and Arise & Shine Heirs Leaders (Felecia Malende, Zinhle Ramashala, Brenda Malahlela) in Johannesburg, South Africa.