The nawetti.com and Na Wetti business magazine platforms are initiatives developed by Modern Advocacy Humanitarian Social and Rehabilitation Association (MAHSRA), an NGO based in Bamenda – Cameroon and in Consultative Status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council ECOSOC , to promote socially cohesive societies wherein selling ideas and advertising products and services go a long way to contribute in community development.
Project Na Wetti which is presented in three different dimensions and offers the following:
- A social media network nawetti.com that serves to:
- Make new friends and dates within Africa and beyond;
- Create your family tree and get notified when lost friends or family members join the system;
- Meet People interested in Volunteering services everywhere;
- Advertise available job opportunities;
- Advertise products and services offered by enterprises;
- Get latest news from the site users and offered by Na Wetti.
The full working policy orientation for Na wetti is published Here
To add to Na Wetti’s networking platforms; the following provisions have been made:
- A Blog page that publishes all items released on the Na Wetti business magazine, including recent updates on Na wetti’s humanitarian works and news;
- A facebook page that also publishes all recent updates on project nawetti’s activities and modeling issues;
- A twitter account that twits all recent activities and information approved by the na wetti management team.
Notably: the working platform for Na wetti magazine offers the following services:
- Paid spaces to advertise goods and services on the magazine;
- Models for institutional products and services branding, hostesses for V.I.P parties and events, and fashion design expositions;
- Web designs, hosting, and other sustainable development consultancy services
With the nawetti.com platform, the users get to provide their full identities and build a family tree to find and connect with their distant relations.
Na-Wetti eh? It’s a world of endless online wonders in progressive development.