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Working as an Executive Secretary at Gandhi Peace Centre, an Indian voluntary oganization. reading overcoming social hurdles social sector
Half the Sky started as a reading assignment from my AP Human Teacher: Dr. L. Seiler. Half the Sky really compels one to think more of the world and acknowledge the true wickedness of it. Women are tortured, beaten, raped, and who knows what else, and I think nothing can be better than supporting worldwide women from my home.
Graduated as teacher of Languages and Literature and with a MA in Projects Design, Monitoring and Evaluation, Martha Ines has Diplomas in Peacebuilding and International Cooperation. She has been working as an independent consultant for international cooperation agencies for the past two years.
to see women stand head high in fight agaist gender and HIV/AIDS Not being able to economicaly empower women on my own leadership
I am proudly African lady who is open minded and interested in helping other women and to learn from them and their experiences. gardening and raising children have no garden at the moment farming.
I am a Ugandan, in love with creativity, full of inspiration and thus full of aspirations. I believe writing gives voice and creates purpose... that is why i do it. I am into poetry, short stories, features and i have begun my quest in novel writing. I also love music and i make my own compositions.
Friends and family call me Bing. My full name is Amabel Ada-Ganzo. I am 54 years old, married, with 4 children who are grown-up. Three are on their own, the youngest is still in college and dependent. I work as a nurse-teacher. I am director of the University of the Philippines Manila- School of Health Sciences Extension Campus in Koronadal City, South Cotabato, Philippines.
Born in 1981 in a middle class urban family, fortunate to be educated I am now at Cornell University doing my Masters degree in Public Administration. Childhood memories are not good but they have made me who I am today and framed my destiny so I honor them, I beleive education is the key factor for bringing empowerment. women empowerment poverty Agriculture economics