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I am Kenyan, born and bred in the heart of Africa. Professionally, I am a communications specialist, with lots of interest and experience in communicating health research to influence policy and programs in Africa.
I AM a young Missionnary working for our Lord and Savior Jesus-Christ to reach the unreached around the World speaking about the LOVE of Christ church planting CHURCH PLANTING PUBLICATIONS
i am working on my undergraduate thesis on women's self revelation in opposistion to Afghan tradition
I retired in 1999 as associate dean of arts and sciences at TCU (Texas Christian University) in Ft. Worth, Texas, USA. I also taught advanced writing courses and women's literature. Two of my great joys during my working years were helping to establish the Women's Studies program and being the first faculty sponsor of the TCU Triangle, an organization for GLBT students.
African Crafts Supplies is a division of East Africa Institute of Certified Studies which was created to secure jobs opportunity to top Women Artisan / Designers who graduate from our institution.
I am inspired by the idea of this community. The world needs to do more to add not just people who talk but those who listen. I want to learn more about my sisters around the world and provide my ears to hear their stories.
Born in Ohio, I am a former journalist, political press secretary and television production company executive. Only when I became for others what I had wanted for myself did I begin to live my life's purpose. For the past 14 years I've coached women to express their greatest gifts to the world.
I have a deep passion for the wisdom of the Earth. The vitality it offers to our bodies and our spirits can not be underestimated. I have been growing food and educating about organic hand-tilled agriculture and the wisdom of the plant world since 1986 in the United States, Philippines, Mexico and Nepal.
I am one of those people who, because of family obligations, has a job, and then I have a vocation. My job isn't bad and I work with lovely people. However, my vocation, or calling, is to be a writer. My specific calling seems to be how I learn about life by hearing about or telling the stories of people associated with a particular place on the planet.
I am Pastor Peter DOSSOU, President founder of Rehoboth Gospel Mission ( "Mission Evangelique Rehoboth" in frensh ) and also president of ARMEE-Benin ( a church association in Benin) church planting provision to fulfill the vision church planting and teaching
Right now I am serving as a CUSO-VSO volunteer in the Far North of Cameroon. Here I work as a monitoring and evaluation advisor to three organizations that support individuals affected by and infected with HIV/AIDS. In Canada I used to be a communication practitioner partnering with nonprofits and a social science researcher facilitating participatory development projects around the world.
My name is Mrs Norma Adhiambo, Kenyan woman aged 32 years old. I am the Co founder and Manager of the Lifewater Academy -- an education institution based in Ranjira area of Kisumu district of the republic of kenya. For as long as I can remember, it has been my dream to support orphans within our midst.
I am from Senegal and just moved to the US to join my husband. I am very passionnated about social activities and I am part of 2 associations in Portland. I am planning in the next five years to build a strong social network to help people from all over the world through charitable actions.
I am currently a PhD student studying technology integration into K-12 school settings. I am also a pacifist, peace and justice activist, and PCUSA presbyterian and supporter of the Palestinian people and peace for both Israel and Palestine. I am studying in Logan, UT but my heart is in Eugene, Oregon and my soul in Blacksburg, Va (all the US).