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am a young teenage aged 17 and a student who is trying so hard to come up with something which can help and empower other young girls and the society to raelise how important education is and its value.many people belive that if you educate a girl child is only wastage of resources yet thats only a myth in this 21st centuary that we are living in,girls and women can rule,they can air out views
A Biochemist, Peace advocate, Programme Officer, Volunteer, Tennis expert, Home manager and a Goal getter.
I am a journalist by profession and the Programme Officer Media and Publicity of Empowering Women For Excellence Initiative. I possess an experience working as a development worker with an excellent ability to work with minimal or no supervision in a team to achieve group targets and meet core organisation objectives.
We have forgotten that we are a part of nature and unless and until we reclaim our birthright, we will stumble, putting ourselves and others at risk. Learning to function in rhythm with mother Earth expands our consciousness and makes us whole.
I am the person who loves herself because i think my Allah has created me and whatever He did create is beautiful so do i love myself , my name means an extremely intelligent person so i am Alhamdolilah but not this yet a passionate person who is too much into cooking/baking
I'm passionate about working with communities.
I have qualifications in social science studies, population and research and project management.
I also wish to persue studies in counselling, with special focus on families, but my challenge has been sponsorships/bursaries for part time studies as I am currently employed.
I was born in 1984 to a family two boys and three girls.
I am 5.4 ft tall and 54 kg weight. I am slim ok.
Am dark ahair and typical africa young man. hahaha
Author, Jill D. Davey, is on a personal mission to inspire, educate and
empower women to take control of their own health, whether they are
perimenopausal, menopausal or post menopause. Jill began researching
restorative medicine and bioidentical hormone therapy when she
During my posting in the Social Welfare Department, I was working with the Provincial Consultant of Gender Reforms Action Plan(GRAP) in 2003. My responsibilities were:
1. To assist the Provincial Consultant in preparing first draft of GRAP-Balochistan.
2. Arrange, organize and attend meetings, consultative workshops, seminars and trainings on gender.
Globally, we see a movement focusing on "breaking the silence". A drive to put girls and women at the forefront of development. There is one cross-cutting field that is an instrumental key to empowering women, keeping girls in school, and breaking the cycle of poverty: Menstrual Hygiene Management. Days for Girls was born in 2008, in an orphanage in Dagoretti, Kenya.
I am passionate about agriculture, women and development. I run a 26 acre mixed farm in rural Uganda.