Dear President , Secretary and Senators of the United States

Please let me thank you all in advance for IVAWA campaign for the fairer world Whenever I hear your talks about gender equity and violence against I shout 'That's the leaders! ' . Although we are in different places, we are under the same sky. Great leaders make the history of honor. Dear my honorable leaders , please listen to my request on behalf of women of the Burma and the women of the world. It has been so unfair in the human society having gender discrimination and mental and physical abuse to all ages of women. I believe that you can play the vital role in making rights for the safer and happier world.

I would like to share you some examples of terrible abuse in my community. My neighbor,s young daughter died of sexual abuse by two evils. A teenager in my neighborhood was dead in hell by another disgusting evil. One housemaid committed suicide jumping down from the river bridge and another one jumped down from the veranda and found nude and dead. And it has been read and heard uncountable news in almost all kinds o places. The tragic in Congo warned us or the quick action. So the quick solutions must be found to stop such and similar brutalities. I am very grateful to every individual or organization local or worldwide like UN and INGOs fight violence against women . But I sadly out that the place for the women to involve in decision making and collaborating of world security is incomparably unequal. The world is composed of fairly population between men and women and why don't we have equal division o taking roles. Women also have the ideas strength and willingness of building more secure and developed world . Our noble women Aung San Su Kyi , Margret Thatcher of former British PM , former and present Secretary of the United States and Mother Trisa are the clear examples.

Dear Leaders , I believe you all can lead to ending violence and create places or equal power division between men and women to build the better world together . I am looking forward to this big day which will make the history o the world .

Respectfully Yours


Burma (Myanmar)

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Hi Respectful All

I was so eager to post my article that I left E in my last name. That is AYE. I hope you can feel my eagerness.

With Big Respect


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Dearest Ni Ni,

Thank you for writing this powerful letter! I certainly do sense your eagerness, your passion for gender equality and justice, and your sense of urgency for the women of Burma.

I will add the E to your name, when I print off the letter and mail copies of it alongside other letters from women around the world, and send them to President Obama, Secretary Clinton and other members of US Congress.

Thank you Ni Ni, your letter is so beautiful, so moving, and will make an impact!

Lots of love, Jade

Hi my beautiful Jade

You could make my day beautiful . You could also read my mind to add E in my last name. Thank you so much for spreading my letter for the campaign . I love you a lot Jade.

Truly Yours


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Ni Ni - thank you so much for writing this heartfelt and compelling letter to our leaders. I sometimes take for granted my own freedom and ability to put out such messages - you are a great mentor to me in reminding me to use my voice for what is important. I too will send this to my senators.



Hi Debra

I am so pleased that our feeling transferred to our hearts. Very grateful to your goodness of passing the message to your senators. It's so exciting . See you soon.

Warm Hugs


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Dearest Ni Ni,

Thank you for participating in the IVAWA letter writing campaign and for sharing your voice and your personal testimony with President Obama, Secretary Clinton, and members of the US Senate on the urgency of ending violence against women.

We sent copies of your letter in packages, along with your fellow PulseWire members', to these key decision makers, and I am excited to announce that on December 15, the International Violence Against Women Act was approved by the Foreign Relations Committee! Our voices were effective in supporting this bill!

Next step for the bill: Get passed by the Senate and House by the end of the year. I will keep you updated!

In friendship and solidarity, Jade Frank

Online Community Manager World Pulse

Hi Jade

I couldn't be happier anymore. Thanks a lot for sending me this beautiful message. I would like to honor and thank to the Foreign Relations Committee for their golden heart. I am looking forward to beautiful end of the year.

Lovingly and thankfully


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