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A young female who is passionate about safeguarding the future of the world and its people. Development work Cultural and financial Reproductive health and HIV/AIDS,Youth epowerment and poverty reduction
I am just an ordinary woman-- a teacher and a journalist-- who is proud of her womanhood. I am committed to the health and development issues related to women and children, and want to make this world a better place to live in, especially for the downtrodden and marginalized sections of society.
First of all, I would like to express myself as an active citizen from a developing country. I am regarded as a clever daughter and also a beloved and reliable sister of two younger sisters. As well, I am used to be a trustworthy and helpful friend and colleague in my social and professional life.
I am Clara A Rodrigues. I am from Goa, India. I am a journalist, working for a local daily newspaper. My job profile allows me to meet many people who share their varied perspectives on life. These experiences deepen my understanding of issues. According to me, media is a powerful tool, to bring to light opinions which have the power to metamorphosie into solutions.
I am a 21-year-old recent graduate of Carleton University, with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with a concentration in International Relations. My youth allows me to see situations with fresh eyes, unclouded by politics and bureaucracy. I try to live life to the fullest and take everyday as it comes.
I am a daughter, sister and friend not yet a mother. Surfing net , Meeting new people, Traveling Stand up my Software Development
Can one define themselves? A dreamer, a doer in the world of women; to love this world and what it is to live in such a place... An adventurer, a questioner, a woman...
Writing, traveling, giving, laughing...LIVING! My weaknesses
Freelance Journalist Writing, Travelling, Dancing Human Rights, Journalism, Peace, Indigenous Issues, Gender Issues, Climate Change
My name is mary Dupree im 17 years old and i leave in a Mossvilee louisana which CNN lables as a toxic town. I have lived here,mossville, my whole life thinking the civil injustice is normal. The reason why we are labeled a toxic town is because we live approximately 3 miles from the chemical plants.