Women Empowerment

Kairo
Posted September 6, 2020 from Djibouti

Hello to you all members of World Pulse, I am a new member and I am committed to speak out of much normalized incidents that are faced by young girls and women in general. Actually, I am 21years old and I study MBA in Turkey which is 5,295.3 Km faraway from my homeland Djibouti. In life I have experienced many challenges because my gender and many incidences which happened to other girls I know. Unfortunately, most of the time those incidences are normalized due to the silence of the victims by of the fear of being blamed or of ruining what is so called their " Reputation" or the one of their family.  Therefore, I am actually working on a survey on that purpose and I am looking forward all your supports.

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Andrace
Sep 06
Sep 06

Hi Kairo,
Welcome to this dynamic sisterhood and congratulations on your first post. You are home! Thank you for what you have proposed to do in your research and your resolve to speak up. We can't be silenced. Injustice against women is injustice against humanity which shouldn't be normalised at all.

Of course, all your WP sisters are here to support you in every way. Remember, together, we can.:)

Love and hugs,
E.J.

Paulina Nayra
Sep 06
Sep 06

Dear Kairo,
Welcome to World Pulse. You are right, girls and women experience many challenges everywhere. Worse, when they become victims of violence. I hope you'll be able to undertake your survey successfully then share you results by writing a story here on World Pulse.
Huggs.

Shirin Dalaki
Sep 06
Sep 06

Dear Kairo,

Welcome to World Pulse, we are so glad you posted your first story. I love it that you are interested in women empowerment and this is your purpose. You are in the right place and I am proud of you to speak out and bring this awareness to surface. Thank you.

Shirin

Chidimma
Sep 06
Sep 06

Hello Dear Kairo, welcome to Worldpulse, a place where your voice is heard. Thanks for sharing your first story and your passion for women.
Keep sharing and we are here to read your post
Love
Chidimma.

Jensine Larsen
Sep 06
Sep 06

Dearest Kairo,
Welcome, we embrace you! Thank you for your work and determination - we are looking forward to learning more about you and all the ways you are breaking the silence today.

Nini Mappo
Sep 06
Sep 06

Hello Kairo,
Welcome to World Pulse and congratulations on your first post. It is vital that women of Africa continue to speak out on gender inequalities, abuse and normalisation of gender inequalities in the continent. I am glad that you are working on women empowerment. You'll break through the ranks of patriarchy in Djubouti one day, and write a new story for the women and girls in your country.

Good on you. Keep safe and stay sparkly.

Laetitia Shindano
Sep 16
Sep 16

Chere Kairo,
Bienvenue sur World Pulse et merci de partager votre premiere histoire qui brise le silence sur les violences dont sont victimes les filles et les femmes.
Merci de nous tenir au courant des r├ęsultats de ton travail.
Au plaisir de te lire prochainement.

Laetitia