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Dear World Pulse members I am a young enthusiastic person. I have been working with Vote Women in Politics, non-partisan organization dedicated to help women to run for office and to be elected around the world and inspiring young women to participate in politics that has strengthened my passion for politics and international relations.
I am a Nigerian woman who learned to dream at an early age. I was not yet ten years old when I heard the story of Oliver Twist and decided that I would do what I could to make sure that no child ever goes hungry.
I am a female who believes in contributing my quota towards assisting grassroots women through my personal and official capacity. I work with a not for profit non governmental organization focused on community development.
A smile on my face and music in my spirit will be your first impression of me. Consistent in idealism and radiating positivity. An advocate for self-love always. My life is tied to two continents. I was born in Cameroon and relocated with my mother to the U.S. in 1997. I am rooted in traditions and culture, with a flavoring of Western influences of independence, vision, and ambition.
I´m pretty easy and straightforward, even when life seems to be so complicated now a days. I love... I live... I feel... I dance... I laugh (every second!!!), and try to enjoy the simple pleasures in life! Writing, Reading, Extreme Sports, Beach and Mountains The Future... Journalism, Advertising, Communications, Marketing and Public Relations
I am a writer and artist based in Johannesburg and Port Elizabeth, South Africa. Apart from working on corporate writing projects I contribute articles to a variety of publications and I am a keen observer of South Africa’s emerging urban cultures. I’m currently working on a small collection of short stories to be published as soon as I find a willing and able publisher.
This journal is dedicated to my beautiful daughter Andreayna Marte & To all the young womyn in the Fuerza/Power program whom I hae been with for the past ten years who taught me how not to loose hope and reflected back to me an inner strength and power that you can not learn or read about anywhere!
I have a passion for Youth prosperity since the are leaders of tomorrow Information about opportunities for youths hardly get to the grassroot Youth empowerment especailly young girls, Planning management
I believe everybody has the potential to live a better life. Given the opportunity, education and motivation everyone can become someone admirable. My own quotes:
There is nothing more important and must-be basic in the life of an African girl than EDUCATION. Here in the grassroots, it is a luxury, especially for the girls. Give them the opportunity if you can.
The Office Helpers understands how tough it can get for women to run a business and a household simultaneously.
Olumide Idowu Emmanuel is a graduate of Statistics, University of Abuja- FCT. He established Youth Alive Initiative (YAI) in 2007 and came up with Friends of the Environment Nigeria (FoTEN) in 2010 to address the challenges faced by youth in the community.