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I am interested in creating a world with less pain and more healing. I studied International Development but currently work at a local education non-profit in California. I was born in Nepal but have lived most of my life in America. I am always trying to think of ways to get back to Nepal and connect.
When I was 3 years old, I lost my mother, she was an engineer. I have two sisters that 2 years difference between everyone. My father only came home a day per 3 month and a made look after us. We could not live alone because we were too young so we lived with our grand mother's sister for a year.
A writer, fitness freak, crazy about healthy living and loves to see everybody healthy and smiling! Research and Writing
Je répond au nom de MUNYERENKANA ESTHER.né le 11 Septembre 1985 dans le térritoire de Walungu,residence actuelle c'est camtv Commune de kadutu(bukavu) Notre organisation c'est CIYOTA qui signifie coburwas international youth organiazation to transform africa; notre objectif est de former un million des jeunes dans la transformation en formant les leaders socia
I am a 21 year old woman,Who comes from a very disadvantaged home backround but that does not stop me from dreaming big and aiming high in life.I have faced so many deficulties in life,but I also have had good moments in my life.The past few months have been very difficult for me in such a way that i even thought of suicide as a solution,but with Gods mercy that did not happen instead He offere
Rhania Bensafia was born and raised in France, in a small town called Roubaix. She studied psychology and worked as a counselor. It was there that she met and married her husband. In 1992 they relocated to the United States settling in Chicago, Illinois. She became a French teacher teaching in several elementary schools. In 1998, they moved from Chicago to Portland, Oregon.
I am a humanitarian worker, running a local NGO in south Sudan, I am a writer and my first novel is called the lost dream, telling a story of a young African girl. I am a public health specialist, a counselor and mentor. Helping others, Keeping the organization running Public health
My life’s work is to bring knowledge that will help people live the best lives they can. I thrive in helping people find inner strength and learn how to solve problems, or, at least release some of the charge around perceived problems, so they can move forward, make quick decisions, and take action.
This year, I am conducting a year long study that will investigate the education and empowerment of young women. I will discover why girls are not able to attend school, what we can do to help solve the issue, and the positive outcomes that come when all adolescent girls have access to an education.