The Internet has opened up new opportunities for me and, as I said in my previous story, I have learnt a lot online.
I always had the passion to learn, and my believe is that I need to learn new things everyday, because life is too short and the world is so rich, and I didn't want to waste a moment.
What I find most exciting about web 2.0 is the fact that I can easily make my voice and opinion on serious gender issues and experiences in Africa heard around the world at an amazing speed and I do n
for the last almost one year now have been quiet and alot has taken place in my life. have come across alot and alot has changed but it has not changed me from being th eperson i have been.
One of the major challenges that I have found in creating change in my community is communicating the importance of causes to those who are unfamiliar with the specifics behind a cause.
Unlike many of the other applicants who have shared their brave stories through this website, the circumstances of my upbringing have made me extremely safe and fortunate.
My dear (and unknown) Mentor:
There is a popular African saying that when you educate a woman, you educate a whole village.
We got to bridge the gap of communication between women in developed countries and developing countries so that we can empower each other to reach new heights in the feminist movement and be able to c
Heard in the ivory tower: What academic researchers are saying about gender and leadership.