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I have been working for the organization since last 4 years and have got intensive understanding about the women of Maithili culture and arts. Working at different level, all are aimed at promoting the folk art and art based crafts of the traditional women artists. see the change through my efforts!
Dr. Denise Hall is a 1992 graduate of Tuskegee University, School of Veterinary Medicine. Upon graduation, she entered a one year veterinary residency at the University of Zimbabwe, Clinical Veterinary Sciences, Harare, Zimbabwe through the International Foundation for Education & Self-Help (IFESH) Program as their first veterinarian.
I am a global citizen concerned with children and women's rights issues. Not just in the developing world, but also in western societies. As my own international divorce demonstrates, promoting human and civil rights as well as equality of women goes far beyond passage of constitutions, and progressive laws and international treaties.
I have been a mental health therapist for 30 years, working mainly in the areas of domestic violence and abuse, as well as a singer/songwriter and fibre artist. I am moving into a trasition stage of my life and searching for a "new" direction..searching for what I want to do with the rest of my life. Looking for new challanges and ways to combine old skills and learn something new.
I was born in Moldova and currently study Geoecology in the University of Potsdam and live in Berlin Environment, Spirituality, Foreign Languages, Bellydance, Yoga, Cooking, Healthy Lifestyle Getting enough sleep Ecology student with some experience in Project Mangement, Bellydance teacher.
I am a mid-life American woman, journeying through the transitions of life and career. I support women's issues in all that I do -- and strive to find ways to make a difference in the lives of women worldwide....
I am a 60 year old woman from Canada who is fortunate to have so many young, idealistic girls and women in Tanzania who are my friends. This is the result of a chance trip I made to Tanzania to go on safari in 1998. I thought it was a "once in a lifetime trip" but seeds were planted and I was continually drawn to return to two small villages in the north - Longido and Kimokouwa.
I am a proud 32 year old Motswana woman from the village of Lephepe, in the Kweneng disrtict of Botswana. I am currently based in Johannesburg, South Africa, where I am a design educator. A few years ago I decided to use my Graphic Design skills to make a difference in my home village, and that is how Homegirl was born.
Seeing women change the world! Moving into self trust and developing a support system. emotional support, computers, photography
i am a woman of 29 years a writer a lover a traveler a believer in the strength and endurance of all life, the power of women and girls, freedom of the mind i long to connect with my global sisters share stories, share our voices
words, stories, movement, animals, the world, the cosmos
Barbara Glickstein is a public health nurse, health policy expert and broadcast journalist. For more than 25 years, she has produced and hosted “Healthstyles,” an award-winning, weekly program on public radio in New York City. Ms.
I like giving voice to the voiceless. I got to know about CAMPED while surfing the web. It's so good to know that there are people who have special interest in "Africa Girl Child Education". It is a cause that I'd like to identify myself with and help shout it out. I will like to be active in this organisation depending on the scope of my participation.
My passion is to empower the poor to lift themselves from poverty by granting them dignity with healthcare, potable water, education and nutrition. To achieve this, the right kind of leadership -compassionate leadership - is required.
Born and raised in New Zealand 60 years ago. Communications coach. Founder of Voices of Women, San Diego. Married to a research scientist, live in San Diego, CA. Passionate about promoting women's rights and human rights. Peace, Justice, Communication, Theatre Not enough hours in the day! Communication on all levels; facilitation; training; leadership