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l don't take it for granted that l'am a daughter,sister,wife and a mother,the last born in a family of eleven siblings.
I enjoy being in the company of my fellow women as we put our brains together for constructive and uplifting purposes,reason to why am a co founder and the coordinator of a women's initiative project.
I love reading, learning and talking about everything. I am in an eternal quest to understand more. Reading Me Translation-writing
im a cool guy who wants to be a on top the world & i want someone who can love me internally & not just go on my looks
Over the last six years I have devoted my time and energy to understanding our global community through education,
I'm in the process with other women of forming a gathering to introduce a call I received from the Divine for all women the world over.The first of these gatherings will be held in my country. I pray that as much women as possible accept the call it is critical to the welfare of the planet. Here is the ad.
I heard about this website through the Association of Women's Rights in Development mailing list and signed up because I am interested in writing a letter to Michelle Bachelet, the Executive Director of the new UN Women's Agency, to have input (however small) into what the work of the new agency will look like.
I am first and foremost a mother. I am blessed with 2 children who are feisty gorgeous little souls.I am also a teacher to some fabulous children, all power to them! I have stumbled upon this website in a search for a lady who showed me amazing acts of kindness several years ago and who it has not surprised me has been on an incredible journey since then and more so now.
Iam a woman, a mother, a Journalist with BA in Journalism from USIU-A Nairobi born and bred in Kenya, now living in Uganda, studying masters in Conflict Transformation. Conflict Transformation and Journalism
Working as an Executive Secretary at Gandhi Peace Centre, an Indian voluntary oganization. reading overcoming social hurdles social sector