Vweta

Joined Mar 2013
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  • Featured Storyteller
  • Advanced Digital Changemaker
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Bio

About Me

I feel very drawn and deeply connected to women and girls, especially those living in underserved communities.

As a young girl who grew up in one of these communities, that were just close enough to economic hubs to be considered urban, but too far to experience government’s presence, I watched my friends being molested. I watched their mothers being beaten while neighbours turned a blind eye, I saw my friends going back to the same house where they had been raped by a family member the previous night. I remember only too well how powerless I felt.

My life’s work is about helping women and girls living in these communities find their strength, their unique voice and enable them amplify and use that voice while facilitating solutions to some of some of their most pertinent problems using locally sourced resources.

Project ASHA provides me with the means to do my life's work.

My Vision

A world where women achieve anything.

Where their self actualization is not limited by anything.

Needs

I've just launched my profile on Patreon, a platform that allows creators earn while creating.

Check it out: www.patreon.com/vweta

Abilities

Proof Reading, helping with project proposals ideas & report writing.

Able to commit 2 hours weekly to support other women changemakers.

Interests

Economic PowerGender-based ViolenceEmpowering GirlsWomen's HealthHuman Rights for Women

Posts

Activity

Vweta loved Left in the Dust Mar 22, 2018 Vweta loved Little Girls are being used as sex objects Mar 22, 2018 Vweta loved Of Raindrops and Storms Mar 22, 2018 Vweta loved JUST THE TWO OF US (and 7000 Gambians) Mar 22, 2018 Vweta loved THE CUTTING DAY Mar 22, 2018 Vweta loved International Women's Month Message Mar 22, 2018 Vweta loved When Strong Is Not Strong Enough Mar 22, 2018 Vweta loved Change starts with ME! A tribute to the International Women’s Day 2018 Mar 22, 2018 Vweta loved They robbed me of a childhood but not my dreams! Mar 22, 2018 Vweta loved How I fought Gender Discrimination at home Mar 22, 2018 Vweta loved THE BIRTHDAY GIFT Mar 22, 2018 Vweta loved 50 years later.... Mar 22, 2018 Vweta loved As silence did not kill my dreams and empowerment, I will not allow it to do so for women with disabilities in the North West Region Cameroon. Mar 22, 2018 Vweta loved Virtualization Mar 22, 2018 Vweta loved I dream of bringing new, more representative, children's literature to the world Mar 22, 2018 Vweta loved My Signature Walk Mar 22, 2018 Vweta loved Thank you - together we can make a difference Mar 22, 2018 Vweta loved Blossom Mar 22, 2018 Vweta loved Breaking the Silence Through ART (Team ETA) Mar 22, 2018 Vweta loved My experience as an Artivist Mar 22, 2018 Vweta commented on Introducing myself and my journal: "Strength of a woman" Aug 17, 2013 Vweta commented on Speak; We Can Hear You Apr 29, 2013 Vweta commented on Any one else working on Disability issues? Apr 23, 2013 Vweta commented on My Story in My Voice Apr 22, 2013 Vweta commented on Making your journal entries more visible! Apr 20, 2013 Vweta commented on Including Peace Education in Somalia's Curriculum!!! Sincere Peace-building Effort Apr 20, 2013 Vweta commented on Hello Fellow Applicants ! Apr 20, 2013 Vweta commented on The Spirit of World Pulse Apr 19, 2013 Vweta commented on How could I know my listner? Apr 17, 2013 Vweta commented on WORLD PULSE WOMAN - AN EMPOWERED WOMAN Apr 16, 2013 Vweta commented on Hello Everyone Apr 16, 2013 Vweta commented on My journey to World Pulse: Forever in my memory Apr 16, 2013 Vweta commented on 2013 VOF POETRY; MY FEMININITY Apr 16, 2013 Vweta commented on Keep the faith! Apr 13, 2013 Vweta commented on VOF and Journaling: Helpful Hints Writing Guide Apr 12, 2013 Vweta commented on Getting to know you Apr 09, 2013 Vweta commented on World Meets Web Apr 09, 2013 Vweta commented on CALL TO END VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AND GIRLS IN NIGERIA Apr 08, 2013 Vweta commented on We are all Here because of you: Web 2.0 Apr 07, 2013