Hi Everyone,

Malay from the Philippines, Sunita from Nepal, and Jackie from Bolivia were interviewed by the United States Department of State last week. They had a chance to talk about their experience in Voices of Our Future as well as their visions. Go to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=anXalfTF37Y to watch!

Cheers,

Rachael

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Three of them are so amazing and they make me cried while I was watching it. Yeah the interview is very wonderful!!! Thanks for sharing this link to us Rachael...

With love, Sarvina

Regards, Sarvina from Cambodia VOF 2011 Correspondent

Hey, that was so beautiful.Malay, she touched me so much.i found myself in tears.Infact all of them their message is well conveyed.Through them we have seen,we have heared and we are limitless.They have already paved the path for us.These women are so amazing,they have achieved and as you see them talking they still more peace in our lands.

Jackie says the illeterate can use the new technology,indeed tht sound good, and now i realise we can do anything in this world.Be it whatever we can move all the mountains.This is heart taking,so moving,so touching,no more voiceless,so inspiring.

Am so thankfull to these ladies. Am so inspired,so moved and dont know.This is so so powerful Rachel.Let the legacy continue.

Thank you very much Rachel

With Regards

Warona

"success will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time " And when confronted conquer with love

Hi Wonderful Ladies

Congratulations on WORLD PULSE victory of remarkable opportunity. I am so proud of you all. Very grateful to Warona to share the wonderful messages from the interview. The link file could not be opened here. The access was denied. See you all soon.

Best Regards

NI NI

Congratulations on Very Happy Teachers Day through ten years journey!

Yes, it was so awe-inspiring! Thanks a lot for providing the link, Rachael. They were all raising our one voice and it's powerful and amazing. I'm humbled because we're getting so much momentum in such a tall order ... and I'm proud and grateful because my people has its own representation for women, Malaya! All the best for all of us!

Always, Emie Zozobrado