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I have been reporting for New Nigerian Newspapers for two years now. I feel very concerned about issues that affect women and youths, and will continue to contribute my quota to women and youth empowerment. Changing the society by my writings. Unfortunately, poor enumeration has not allowed me to own a laptop and camera, which are basically the most important tools that I need for this job.
My university studies were in sociology, an interest which has stayed with me through my brief time working in London as a copy editor, my travels in south east Asia and my experiences as the mother of three children here in France.
I am woman who delights in seeing people live the fulness of life that they are supposed to live. I am moved by poverty and unnecessary pain inflicted on people by circumstances, poor decisions, and lack of self worth and value. I believe in people being able to take reponsibility for their actions, decisions and life.
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I'm an ordinary girl from Pakistan who is a Software Engineer by day and a blogger/live blogger (1st technology live blogger of Pakistan) as well as an activist by night. I find issues pertaining to human rights specially women rights close to my heart so 'am often found talking about them online and more recently offline as well at different events and through magazines.
I am the found of the above name group, but am still trying to make my dream comes true , i know through my work i am a leader , but i am trying to advance my education at highter level for better leadership, i am 33years old i love development work especially in the rural areas as am one of the i am,happy to get in touch with you as am working to by the theory of ferinimist in all my works so
I am Sally Martino-Fisher, I have been involved in the women's movement, and the neighborhood for over 35 years. I am married and have 4 grown childrern, 3 of them are married and have children of their own.
My name is Chipo Gono. I work as a project manager with a charity organisation, helping people suffering from mental health issues to gain control and recover from it and lead a better quality of life.
UN correspondent. Columbia grad student. contributing writer for Clutch, MadameNoire and Zora-Alice. loves: jhumpa, international development and hip-hop.
I am a social worker by profession, an activist by vocation and a trainer by inclination.
I have over ten years of experience in gender development and the citizen sector in Nigeria and hold degrees in English Language and Communication Arts. I am the Programme Manager of the Women’s Optimum Development Foundation (WODEF) based in Lagos, Nigeria.
I was born in the City of Manila, Philippines but raised in my parents hometown province of Basilan. I finished both my Elementary and Secondary Education in a small town of Isabela, the capital of Basilan. In college, I went to Ateneo de Davao University where I took up my Mass Communication. After college, I proceeded to law school and earned my Bachelor of Laws in 2007.