Millynairi

Joined Jan 2015
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About Me

When people are poor, economic factors have greater impact on their level of well being than when they are affluent. I am passionate about women empowerment and youth mentorship for a better life so that they are able to positively impact the society.

My Vision

A world of empowered women and youth who can positively impact the society.

Needs

Mentorship on how to start a non-profit organization

Abilities

Writing, Singing, Community Development, Human Resource Management.

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Activity

Millynairi commented on ''Empowering the Girls'' Sep 25 Millynairi commented on Women's Cafe Sep 25 Millynairi commented on The Mentee-Mentor Effect Sep 25 Millynairi commented on Why I became a Deaf Advocate "The Real Me" Sep 25 Millynairi commented on Transformation of belief System- Yes to A bold “No” Sep 24 Millynairi commented on In Her Shoes Sep 18 Millynairi commented on My encounter with cyber stalker Sep 18 Millynairi commented on HOPELESS ... HOPEFUL Sep 15 Millynairi commented on Little Soul's Song Sep 13 Millynairi commented on I am the Child, I am the Mother Sep 06 Millynairi commented on Sisters united in love Aug 31 Millynairi commented on Girls Don't Just Wanna Have Fun Aug 29 Millynairi commented on Meeting a darling World Pulse sister 5 months after the Covid-19 pandemic measures were enforced Aug 28 Millynairi commented on No place to Hide! Repression, Activism and Shrinking Civic Spaces Aug 28 Millynairi commented on You Are Always Worthy Aug 28 Millynairi commented on PARITE Aug 28 Millynairi commented on The healing garden Aug 28 Millynairi commented on Pretty fake promises Aug 28 Millynairi commented on COVID-19 hits Zimbabwe – and how we are responding Aug 19 Millynairi commented on A Lockdown Friendship Aug 19 Millynairi loved Education: How a Poor Village Girl Became a Teacher of the World Aug 16 Millynairi loved Thriving Thursday: Mental Health Matters! Jul 16 Millynairi loved KENYA: Our Leadership Must Be Remembered Jul 09 Millynairi loved Olutosin Oladosu Adebowale Represents the World Pulse Sister Propelling Spirit That Ignites My Desire For Real Change Society Can Believe In Dec 30, 2019 Millynairi loved Our Past, Present and Future are Female May 29, 2019 Millynairi loved INDIA: Men, Motorcycles, and Menstruation May 29, 2019 Millynairi loved News With a Future Jan 26, 2019 Millynairi loved US: I Am Creating My Own Path to 30 Jan 26, 2019 Millynairi loved UGANDA: I Will Support the Elderly in My Community No Matter What Jan 26, 2019 Millynairi loved COSTA RICA: Earth’s Last Call Jan 26, 2019 Millynairi loved CAMEROON: A Letter to My 18-Year-Old Self Jan 26, 2019 Millynairi loved PERU: Feminists Are Brewing Something Big Jan 26, 2019 Millynairi loved SOUTH AFRICA: The 'Thank You' That Challenged Me to Do More Jan 26, 2019 Millynairi loved CANADA: Age Is Nothing to Fear Jan 26, 2019 Millynairi loved ZIMBABWE: No One Told Me About My Period Jan 26, 2019 Millynairi loved UGANDA: Dear Sweet Baby Anita Jan 26, 2019 Millynairi loved RWANDA: I Didn’t Wait for Success. I Fought for It. Jan 26, 2019 Millynairi loved CAMEROON: I Survived Human Trafficking and I'm Changing Lives Jan 26, 2019 Millynairi loved NIGERIA: Performing Arts Gave Me The Confidence to Fight Back Jan 26, 2019 Millynairi loved PAKISTAN: I Fought for My Education Jan 26, 2019