My Journey

Hilari Tripura
Posted December 3, 2017 from Bangladesh

I am Hilari Tripura. I belong to the Tripura community which is one of the indigenous group of Bangladesh. I was born in Hilltacts area. Being the minority hiltracts people were always far away from proper education, digital networking, healthcare etc. However, these days the people of hilltracts are pursuing education in the city and they are able to know the importance of education. But still women are few in numbers. More women need to be educated. I am thankful that I am also one of them who is pursuing degree and knowing how social network on internet can be beneficial. My vision is to provide free education in remote area of Hilltracts where most of the people are poor and provide more education on health. Only proper education can help the people live healthy.

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Jill Langhus
Dec 03, 2017
Dec 03, 2017

Hi Hilari. Nice to meet you:-) Thanks for sharing some background about you. What degree are you pursuing? That's a great vision. I'm looking forward to hearing more about it.

Hilari Tripura
Dec 03, 2017
Dec 03, 2017

Hi, nice to meet you too. Presently I am pursuing a Master degree in English. Thanks.

Jill Langhus
Dec 04, 2017
Dec 04, 2017

Very nice:) When do you hope/plan to complete your degree?

Hilari Tripura
Dec 08, 2017
Dec 08, 2017

August 2018

Jill Langhus
Dec 09, 2017
Dec 09, 2017

Not far off, then:)

Olutosin
Dec 03, 2017
Dec 03, 2017

You are welcome here, this is our safe community.  Looking forward to read and connect with you.

Hilari Tripura
Dec 03, 2017
Dec 03, 2017

Thank you so much. I am very happy to meet encouraging women from different countries.

Karen QuiƱones-Axalan
Feb 10, 2018
Feb 10, 2018

Hello, Hilari. It is nice to see you here in World Pulse. Nice to meet you!

I could emphathize on the struggle your community is facing with regards to accessibility to education. There are many indigenous tribes in the Philippines that wish to finish their schooling, too, but only a few, if lucky, can avail to pursue a degree since it requires scholarships aside from the length of days they need to travel in order to find a university. I also hope that education would be free to all. 

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