World Pulse members stand proudly by our sisters who are facing arrest in Sudan for opposing the law that allows flogging women who wear pants. This is UNACCEPTABLE violence.
Today over 700 energetic young women converged at Ufungamano House in Nairobi with a common clear purpose of setting pace for a purpose of making the much needed difference in Kenya.
We should learn to live and love our neighbors as ourselves for the sake of peace and progress. David McCallum
My mind is exploding with ideas and awareness and yet I am lacking in the knowledge of how to start action.
Go Web 2.0.
It should not come as a surprise to anyone (unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past 50 years) that women are underrepresented in all forms and functions of media.
African Books Collective Still Sings the Nightbird Philo Ikonya
Hello PulseWire members, Welcome to the WNZ!! - our new virtual Women's Networking Zone for HIV/AIDS topics and cross-issue discussions on PulseWire! We're excited by this new online tool to help us work together and discuss critical issues and challenges and opporunities we have as members of a growing, global, grassroots movement focused on HIV/AIDS and its impact on women and girls.
AIDS and the Future of Women -- le SIDA et le Future des Femmes Chronique d’un movement ~ Chronicle of a movement