The internet provides women with an endless amount of information right at their fingertips. However, not having any knowledge as to what the internet has to offer unknowingly holds them back.
In my previous story I talked about the challenges that women face in having access to the Internet.
A Different Way of Looking at the Evidence—and Some of the Danger Signs
Thousands of girls troupe out of public secondary schools in Nigeria every year to the streets.
Dear World Pulse family,
“I’m not interested in making a little noise – I’m looking to CHANGE THE PARADIGM!”Neema, 2011 Voices of Our Future Correspondent, Democratic Republic of Congo Nearly 600 women from 96 countries applied for the third annual year of Voices of Our Future. From Brazil to Sri Lanka and beyond, they shared harrowing personal stories of overcoming violence and oppression—but most importantly, they shared their solutions and visions for change with a global audience.
STAR idea to train women on vocational skill is not unconnected with my experience in India, I learnt that if poor women's needs are not met, there may not be an end to sexual slavery.
In August 2010, I was selected alongside thrity women and four men to attend a training for transformatio in Cape Town, it was a very competitive programme and I was so happy when I received the noti
There is so much to do in every new day that it sometimes can feel overwhelming to accomplish the many items on my 'to do' list. Not a complaint....just a statement of fact!
As a Coach and Mentor it is an honor to be part of the Girl Mentor group. Being a coach/mentor can be very rewarding.