DURBAN – Faith Mneno is a 29-year-old entrepreneur that is empowering women through one of her three businesses, Nanny on Call.
Nanny On Call currently employs 91 women and has prospects of growing this number to 150 within the next 12 months. Mneno's Nanny On Call currently operates in Gauteng, Western Cape and KwaZulu-Natal.
Nanny On Call was established in response to a deep need articulated among particularly women in Corporate SA for reliable and quality home based child care, giving them the freedom and peace of mind to go out and pursue their dreams knowing that their most important little people are well taken care off.
"I am tremendously passionate about supporting women as they beat the odds to become the best version of themselves, as they build their personal ‘Gold Standard’ and work towards become reaching that standard," said Mneno.
"The opportunity to train and create jobs for women in the townships was one of the key reasons why Nanny On Call was started. Nanny On Call prides itself in being able respond to the rise in unemployment and to provide domestic employees decent and formalised training and jobs," she said.