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Born in a country of MENA region as a woman, means that you'll suffer even you're rich and well educated. Means also that you've to fight and keep fighting if you'd like to be free, and independent. I fighted 5 years to immigrate to Canada and find freedom, I returned back to my home country after discovering that freedom is a feeling, and not a place.
Am Dinnah Joseph , a teacher by profession and a Kenyan citizen.Am believer of the christian faith.Am a mother of five daughters in a community where the girl child is disregarded,the reason why I was forced to try several times to get a baby boy but in vain.To date, the same community has not come to terms with the fact that the girl child is a child just like a boy.In fact am still under pre
I am a Liberian journalist who is interested in providing a forum where the voices of Liberian women can be heard. I do this through programs on radio that address issues concerning women. I am currently working with the UN radio in Liberia as a radio Producer in addition to my title at FeJAL.
Hi, I am Elizabeth from Namibia, when I moved to Windhoek when my father passed away at a tender age of 8 years, little did I know how my life will change. Losing my cultural heritage and fitting in town life was not an easy journey after I plea with my sister to return home several time, fortunetly I get a chance to visit holiday.
Hello World, I'm in search of a higher purpose to live for. Writing is my way of finding meaning in people and experiences. In my attempts to live in the NOW and not yesterday and tomorrow... I've found that single-minded focus has an almost magical power. So I live one minute at a time - no multi-tasking for me. And when I want to escape... I dance.
I am a social architect which means that I work with projects that make a difference to society. I started my career as a primary school teacher, then joined the trekking industry in Nepal. Here I met many interesting people who inspired me to look at my country with different eyes.
I have a strong passion for women's issues. I have a strong passion for women's issues. Some people do not take me seriously Research and advocate for women's rights
As I am a journalist, my exceptional interpersonal skills have enabled me to integrate with my colleagues and customers and develop valuable friendships. I strive to always keep a positive attitude and have the ability to learn quickly.
I am Neha Rauniyar from Nepal; a mature, open-minded person who is willing to learn more through practicing my prior knowledge and through experiences of people from all over the world.
I am a student of Asian Univeristy for women. I heard about world pulse through one of my friend sunita basnet, who is one of the active member of world pulse. I hope to share my things as well as read others writtings. I have already read some and most of the writtings are not that shocking because in countries like ours women are underprivileged and are not allowed to do what they want.