A new Collaboration for ''Transformation through Colors'' from USA to Pakistan

Sister Zeph
Posted May 4, 2015 from Pakistan

I am very happy to announce that Malee Kenworthy a nursing student from America and an art Enthusiast is teaming up with me to transform women lives’ through art; she is under formal training at Roaming Studios based in Portland, she has taken some drawing classes but her main medium is acrylic, she will teach her art to the students of Zephaniah free Education via Skype We are going to take another step to proof the importance of digital technology for women’ transformation , this is a fastest way to make a change, just a month before I met Malee at face book when she saw our documenter at Malala Fund and now we are going to take a step together for our women ‘betterment, there was a time when I was used to teach 100 girls alone but now there are so many great ladies who are joining me from around the world, who are making a direct impact by to raise the status of women through education and empowerment and it happened because of digital technology Thank you world pulse for making my voice so loud that I can be heard everywhere in the world, thank you for making me realize the importance of the digital technology

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Alyssa Rust
May 04, 2015
May 04, 2015

Dear Sister Zeph,

Thank you so much for sharing this post about this great collaboration and partnership!!! I am happy to hear that you were able to connect with Malee and that she will be able to teach your students about art. It is just amazing to see the power that technology and the Internet has and how that can cause some amazing things to occur all throughout the world. I look forward to hearing about how the students like the art classes.

Sincerely, Alyssa Rust 

Kim Crane
May 04, 2015
May 04, 2015

This is brilliant! What a great idea to teach art lessons through Skype. I hope you'll update us to let us know how it goes. I'm so excited to see this outpouring of global support and collaboration to fuel your important work!

Ellie
May 11, 2015
May 11, 2015

Fantastic! What a great collaboration. Thank you so much for sharing about it!