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Am the director of Ngando universal centre and i support vulnerable children and women in the community especially widows and orphans.i will like to empower women in supporting them in micro-finance and children through education. To support the vulnerable in the community Lack of finance women and children
I am very interested in the development of women and girls as change agents in the world. I believe that work is done by and through spiritual growth, thus my journal is entitled: Its An Inside Job. I am happy to join this group and look forward to learning and sharing.
I believe we are all responsible for each other. Photography and human rights issues
My undergraduate studies drew me to feminist issues and the role that women have played in history and the culture of the civilizations of the world. Most recently for an occupation, I taught fifth grade in the Denver Public School system in Denver, Colorado, US. I discovered my passion for the learning curve and I hope to live my life as a teacher and a learner.
I want to end sexual violence, and all other forms of men's violence against women. I am a person of action and integrity, adventure and possibility. I am increasingly exercising my equal right to be topfree (i.e. exposed chest) in public, and encouraging other women to do the same.
I make documentary films. I have worked in the entertainment industry on many projects and have written a couple of technical books about my work called "Lights, Camera & Action", and "Business of the Business". Two of my films got awards from my peers and I have websites up on them.
I am a passionate and visionary women leader, enterprise developer and manager. I'm committed to be a catalyst and facilitator of positive change in my community and beyond. I'm a humanitarian, a lover of people, especially women and girls and their families and I work smartly hard to achieve set goals and objectives.
I am a Singaporean who is currently staying in Hanoi.
Being a working woman since I graduated, the sudden change to a stay- at -home wife away from my homeland is something I am trying to adapt. I learnt to cook which I never thought I can do it.
COVAW (K) is respected among her peers and is recognized as a champion for women’s rights which advocacy she takes not only in corridors of power but also in the streets … She is one of the first organizations to begin talking about issues that were deemed private and not for public consumption.
Hi- I'm 65 and an old 60's era hippie-environmentalist, women's rights supporter, and a pacifist. I never married or had children. I'm involved in helping people get to doctors, shopping, etc. I was a caregiver for my mother and now do it for payment. I truly hope women around the world can become free. It's hard even here in the U.S.