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Maureen Oduor is young ASRH activist born and raised in Kenya. Currently in Tanzania, she has over eight years’ experience working directly in grass root communities focusing on advancing adolescent girls and women access to reproductive health rights and needs.
I am a graduate student persuing a career that makes the world a better place. I am passoinate about strengthing relationships, identifying leverage points, and moving forward toward a peaceful global existence.
I love to travel and explore different ways of life, garden in my backyard while my dogs play in the sun, and relax with with my family and friends.
45 years ago i was born in a small Village called Obaga in the western part of Kenya. I was born in a family of 12 children. Culturally my tribe in the old days believed the more children you had the more prestigious it was for a family. My parents were peasant farmers. As a young boy I grew up as a Village boy and did both my primary and high school education in the village.
I am working as Head Active Citzens Programme at Lahore College for Women University. I am interested in activities related to women empowerment.
Mission Statement: The Omenala Service Learning Collaborative (OSLC) is a community service group that seeks to create opportunities for all individuals to give back, learn and serve in and around their community. The goal of its members are: to make service part of their culture; to make service part of their way of life.
A heartfelt human unity has been my goal from an early age. I was a computer programmer for decades and have put my abilities along those line to work to build a prototype online system called "Voices of Humanity" for the purpose of bringing the world together.
Hello All! My name is Ann Anaebere-Aneke. I look forward to networking with this wonderful group. As far as my academic and professional background, I earned my Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Master of Arts in African Studies from UCLA in 2003.
I am married and unemployed right now. I am studying law. I joined the sight to know more about the challenges that other people are facing and to help where I can.