Kadidia Doumbia

Joined Jul 2011
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About Me

My name is Kadidia V. Doumbia. I teach in northern Georgia in the USA and I have dual nationality: French and Ivorian.
I am divorced and I have a son.

My passion is dance, I am a member of the Executive Committee of the International Dance Council CID-UNESCO. I also like researching and I am a Director-at-Large of the International Society for Language Studies.

For more than 10 years I have been very active in women's issues especially women's human rights and humanitarian rights. I am a specialist in Gender and Education. Dance I try to do too many things at the same time French language, human rights and dance

My Vision

The acknowledgment and respect of women's rights in Africa

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Kadidia Doumbia commented on CAMEROON: She Never Imagined She Would Go Back to School Jun 01, 2018 Kadidia Doumbia commented on Thanks to digital technology for changing perceptions for women and girls with disabilities Jun 01, 2018 Kadidia Doumbia commented on CAMEROON: My Father Made the Difference Feb 11, 2018 Kadidia Doumbia commented on My Journal Oct 13, 2017 Kadidia Doumbia commented on PAKISTAN: I Fought for My Education Oct 13, 2017 Kadidia Doumbia commented on CANADA: Age Is Nothing to Fear Sep 02, 2017 Kadidia Doumbia loved SOUTH AFRICA: The 'Thank You' That Challenged Me to Do More Sep 02, 2017 Kadidia Doumbia loved PERU: Feminists Are Brewing Something Big Sep 02, 2017 Kadidia Doumbia commented on We Did It…We Made Bar Soap! Sep 02, 2017 Kadidia Doumbia commented on SHR Education- One Sure Way to Stem the Surge of Teenage Pregnancy Jul 27, 2017 Kadidia Doumbia commented on Reintroducing World Pulse Jul 27, 2017 Kadidia Doumbia commented on GHANA: Girls Need to Know What a Good Marriage Looks Like Jun 27, 2017 Kadidia Doumbia commented on INTRODUCING WORLD PULSE Jun 27, 2017 Kadidia Doumbia commented on FOLLOW UP ACTIVITY WITH A SOCIAL GROUP BORNE FROM THE MARKET OUTREACH PROGRAM May 25, 2017 Kadidia Doumbia loved ZAMBIA: Can Women Have It All? May 22, 2017 Kadidia Doumbia loved Art is Ending Discrimination in Pakistan May 22, 2017 Kadidia Doumbia loved Art in my Head May 22, 2017 Kadidia Doumbia loved Education: It's never late to rise above age to accomplish and reward oneself May 22, 2017 Kadidia Doumbia commented on WECAN Online Education and Advocacy Training May 22, 2017 Kadidia Doumbia commented on Call for Innovators: Improving Monitoring and Evaluation of Gender Based Violence (GBV) Jan 20, 2017 Kadidia Doumbia commented on Reading Camp Jan 20, 2017 Kadidia Doumbia commented on Cultural Practices Around Menstruation Sep 16, 2016 Kadidia Doumbia commented on You think education is expensive; Try ignorance. Aug 08, 2016 Kadidia Doumbia commented on Challenges of living with disabilities in Nigeria Aug 08, 2016 Kadidia Doumbia loved Challenges of living with disabilities in Nigeria Aug 08, 2016 Kadidia Doumbia commented on Why I Joined This Group Aug 03, 2016 Kadidia Doumbia loved Why I joined this Group Aug 03, 2016 Kadidia Doumbia loved My Journey Aug 03, 2016 Kadidia Doumbia commented on Hi Everybody Aug 03, 2016 Kadidia Doumbia loved Free and Sponsored International Training Courses for NGOs and Individuals May 29, 2016 Kadidia Doumbia loved Transcending Silence May 22, 2015 Kadidia Doumbia loved Girls’ Rights are Human Rights – Tackling Child Marriage in East Africa May 14, 2015 Kadidia Doumbia loved Silence Is A Form of Violence May 14, 2015 Kadidia Doumbia loved Unfolding life-story... May 04, 2015 Kadidia Doumbia loved Promoting informal markets for sustainable livelihoods May 04, 2015 Kadidia Doumbia loved What we do to keep Girls in School May 04, 2015 Kadidia Doumbia loved My state of predestined misery Apr 28, 2015 Kadidia Doumbia loved Recognize and Drive forward - Create your own future Dec 11, 2012 Kadidia Doumbia loved VIOLENCES CONTINUELLES A L’EST DE LA RDC Dec 01, 2012 Kadidia Doumbia loved One Billion Rising Nov 18, 2012