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i am a social worker by profession.graduated from university of botswana. i have worked with people living with HIV and AIDS as a counselor. i have paricipated i women empowerement project such as educating women on negotiating safer sex and business opportunities that exist for them to over come poverty in rural areas.
My name is Koushik Rahat. I have been working in the development field for 10 years in different management positions.
I can't really pin-point the moment I became a feminist or when I realized I was a feminist. I feel like it is in my blood, but it also rests in history, my experiences, my environment, and my refusal to even entertain the idea that I am of the weaker sex.
Millicent Crisp is the United States Representative for a United Nations based G-7 supported Private Foundation that facilitates the funding for Social, Humanitarian and Infrastructure projects in emerging Countries. She is currently working with Countries in South and Central America, Africa and the Caribbean.
I am a young girl interested in knowing what is happening over there. There ae women today in need, some needs are not for money, some needs are different. When we search the deepest things in women, we will come up with a better result to change the world. I am one of those who is interested in such issue.
At first, my identity I am a human. Then I want to say I am a woman. My name is Shikrity Pramanik, and I am studying at Asian University for Women with full scholarship.My vision is to connect with the women of all over the world. I want to share their sorrowful and pleasant moments which will be a great opportunity for me.
I believe in conversations. They make a difference! Affirmatively disruptive conversations that give birth to new perspectives and constantly challenge previously held notions. I have learned that conversations give me a new lease of life each day, opportunities to know myself and discover- Discover what? What the world is calling for and where I will be in it.
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I am a very socialbale lady who has been married for 26 years and during this pertiod, i have been a women Human rights activist and Gender equality activist.
Windor is a lady with little worries! A Liberian, she holds a 2009 Bsc. Economics Degree from the University of Liberia, Monrovia. About the prospect of young women in her country, she says there is no greater inspiration than President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, who has demonstrated for us women the height that we all can reach with a good bit of hard work and determination.
I belong to a small hill station, known commonly as the Queen of Hills "Darjeeling" and I have completed my MSW( Medical and Psychiatry) from St. Joseph's College(Autonomous) Bangalore, India. A highly enthusiastic individual, worked with mentally and physically challenged people, providing support to enable service users to help themselves.
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