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In an early age, I already experienced pain and suffering. I was born and raised in tribal community (B’laan) in the southern part of the country, in a sleepy town in Davao del Sur. Access to education was nearly impossible. Attending school everyday was a challenge to my young mind and body.
Well, what can I tell you about myself. My name is Claudia and I am 45 years old. I am a proud mother of 2 daughters, 1 step daughter, 1 step son and two step grand children. I am living since 10 years in England but I was born in Germany.
I am so excited to have discovered World Pulse and PulseWire. I have so much energy, passion and vision for unleashing women's true pure power, and know that we are the growing wave that is changing the world. It is what I do through my coaching and training. It is wonderful to have found a way to connect so easily with so many women and to be able to hear their stories.
human right activist, honest , pateint, like to write and read about change , human rights, politics, demogracy and positive freedom unlimited education, reading, writing and travelling world of Peace, Justice, freedom and equalization
Namibia Women Health Network Profile deals with both HIV positive and negative women in the country.
Hey there! Glad to meet you. A lil bit about myself: I'm a sophomore student studying journalism, even more -- I'm an amateur journalist, editor and maker-up at Trifle.Mag. At the time fond of American fiction and Russian poetry (1960's), German language, photojournalism and britpop music.
I am a simple Nepali girl from Nepal born in a traditional family. I love my tradition..i love my religion...I love my country...
I started writing little vignettes of my life on a blog I created about 8 months ago, but about 2 months later I stopped b/c I started working full time. I strongly believe that the best way to learn is through story telling. Although I am too late to submit my story re: holding hands, I am going to submit it any way.
I have been a victim to the crimes of my eight yearas older brother since I was very little to the present time at the age of 56.
I am a single mother of three living children and one deceased daughter, and a survivor of domestic violence. I was a Peace Corps volunteer in Belize, 1988-1990. I have traveled in western Europe, Central America, and Tunisia.
I am an Economist with the Bureau of Reclamation. I am a single mother that has worked extremely hard to get to where I am today. I have a Masters Degree in economics and my passion is to help women accomplish their goal the way I have fortunately been able to do.