Halima Rahman

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About Me

My name is Halima Mohamed Abdel Rahman. I am a Sudanese freelance translator, citizen journalist, facilitator, researcher, and blogger. I started working in 1992 in "Sudanow", a monthly magazine, published in English, then later in Saudi Arabia, as a freelance journalist since 2001. I am a holder of Bachelor of Arts in the French language as well as a higher diploma in translation: (Arabic-English). I am fluent in both English and French, as well as Arabic (mother tongue). I have great interest in hiking, travelling, collecting and analyzing data, conducting researches, education, democracy, governance, and empowering women and the marginalized to go beyond the difficulties and hardships they face.

My articles, assignments, interviews and columns in Arabic are published on my blog. Here is the link: (https://bighimcom.wordpress.com/

My Vision

A workplace/educational institute free of all forms of sexual harassment or violence. Women's voices souring high in the sky!

Needs

Partnership with similar interest, an efficient internet connection, financial resources and technical materials.

Abilities

Marketing, networking, crisis management, empowerment, coaching, as well as blogging in both English and Arabic.

Interests

Economic PowerEducation EqualityWomen and the EnvironmentGender-based ViolenceEmpowering GirlsWomen's HealthHuman Rights for WomenWomen in LeadershipEngaging Men and Boys in Gender EqualityWomen in Technology

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Halima Rahman commented on Breaking The Cycle Of Insecurity! Oct 14, 2018 Halima Rahman loved At Risk of Premature Death: Kenya’s Ambitious Young Women Oct 10, 2018 Halima Rahman loved ~ Unchained ~ Dedicated To The Spirit Of A Woman Who Takes The Strength To Walk Away From Violence And Build Her Life All Over Again Oct 10, 2018 Halima Rahman loved The Power Of The Hand That Rocks The Cradle Oct 10, 2018 Halima Rahman loved Where to be happy is offense to the pain of the brother? Is it survival? Oct 10, 2018 Halima Rahman loved Disability: How can you ever take away the pain! Oct 10, 2018 Halima Rahman loved Findings from parents'answrs during the interviews Oct 10, 2018 Halima Rahman loved Indignation Oct 10, 2018 Halima Rahman loved I Became A Global Grassroots Leader Through The Power Of My Written Words Oct 10, 2018 Halima Rahman loved IWD: Pressing For Progress with Ijegun Girls Oct 10, 2018 Halima Rahman loved The first people to benefit from your healing is your ancestors.... Oct 10, 2018 Halima Rahman loved Batis-AWARE x Empowerment Through ART at GGSSG! Oct 10, 2018 Halima Rahman loved Empowerment Though ART at Local Waters Utilities Administration Oct 10, 2018 Halima Rahman loved Taking Menstrual Hygiene Management Awareness Program and Advocacy to Manipur Hills in India Oct 10, 2018 Halima Rahman loved Empowerment Through ART, an Art exhibit for a cause for the benefit of Batis-AWARE and YOGHI Oct 10, 2018 Halima Rahman loved Speak, woman! Rosalina Brito Oct 10, 2018 Halima Rahman loved CHALLENGE OF BEING A CHANGE MAKER Oct 10, 2018 Halima Rahman loved From Blackout to Sunshine. Oct 10, 2018 Halima Rahman loved The First Phase of ICT training for our inmates ended with a ceremony. Oct 10, 2018 Halima Rahman loved Pregnant Teenagers Are Joining Us Oct 10, 2018 Halima Rahman loved I am TRANSFORMING them from PRISONERS to #PRISONPRENEURS Oct 10, 2018 Halima Rahman commented on How to Get Involved Mar 06, 2018 Halima Rahman commented on Against Workplace and Universities Sexual Harassment; Joine me! Feb 25, 2018 Halima Rahman commented on Sudanese Female Journalist Faces Apostasy Feb 22, 2017 Halima Rahman commented on MARCHING IN SPIRIT FROM SUDAN #WomensMarch Feb 22, 2017 Halima Rahman commented on CAMEROON: Because They Sent Me Back to School Oct 01, 2016 Halima Rahman commented on Grand problème d'une fille rurale mariée à un vieux veuf quisubit des harcellement sesuels par le grand fils de son mari et la violence Sep 25, 2016 Halima Rahman commented on "Neglected" Facts About Female Genital Mutilation Jul 02, 2014 Halima Rahman commented on Female Genital Mutilation, Marriage And Delivery Personal Accounts! Mar 25, 2014 Halima Rahman commented on Opposing Gender violence: Yes, I Have a Vested Interest Oct 01, 2012 Halima Rahman commented on Web 2.0: Women are overcoming barriers Dec 11, 2011 Halima Rahman commented on Lack of Education Stole her Dream of Career Politician Dec 11, 2011 Halima Rahman commented on Why life is harder for Girls Nov 03, 2011 Halima Rahman commented on Rediscovering our true essence Oct 07, 2011 Halima Rahman commented on Introducing myself and my journal: My Writing Aug 15, 2011 Halima Rahman commented on 'Women2drive' campaign activist detained May 24, 2011 Halima Rahman commented on Visualizing World Pulse Connections May 17, 2011 Halima Rahman commented on "She’s Worth Less Than a Bullet in the Head!" May 15, 2011 Halima Rahman commented on Education for the grassroots Children, poverty eradication strategy for Africa May 14, 2011 Halima Rahman commented on Introducing myself and my journal Apr 15, 2011