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Hi everybody, I am Sibongile Mkhize I have done some work with the support group in South African setting. From tghat work I wrote an article for the journal on how people use the lens of christianity to deal with their experiences with the HIV/AIDS in this support group.
I work in local agriculture - I eventually really want to work in agriculture in developing countries. local food; art; cooking; food local food;
I love living in Mexico City, working for women's rights and fighting the global epidemic of HIV/AIDS! spirituality, female empowerment, gender justice, HIV/AIDS advocacy school mathematics
This fall I will be a senior at Randolph-Macon College in Ashland, VA. I am double majoring in political science and international relations with a minor in French. In the future, I would like to go to grad school and pursue a degree in international relations. I would like to spend some time traveling around the world.
African disapora child living in the United States...finding ways to speak up and out about violence against women and girls; exploring creativity through the arts, and building friendships. human rights; great music; and laughter Speaking up even when I'm afraid. Research; nonprofit grantseeking & capacity building; violence againgst women and girls
I am a widow and mother of three children - 2 sons and one daughter. We live in northern eastern region of Kenya. Our region is semi-arid area and has 16,000 sq meters. We live on the boundaries of Somalia (to the east) and Republic of Ethiopia (to the north). My mother is from the Oroma tribe in Nellegia Borana, Ethiopia. My father is from Moyale, Kenya.
I am a nurse practitioner, semi-retired. I had always wanted to do international volunteerism. The opportunity arose in 2003, and I spent three months in Sori, Kenya, where there is a hospital, primary school and orphanage.I thoughtI would volunteer, come home and be done. That is NOT what happened; the people stole my heart!
I made a dear friend who now writes for World Pulse.
Activist, genderqueer, post-soviet, feminist Love, activism, making change happen Oppression, patriarchy, transphobia, homophobia LGBT, gender mainstreaming, sexual and reproductive rights
Soy Mujer, mexicana de 30 anos, comprometida con la lucha de mujeres y de las jovenes. Trabajo empoderamiento, derechos y salud como una de las actividades que mas me satisfacen. Soy algo idealista y creo en podemos lograr un mundo mejor incluyente. Trabajo con mujeres Genero, Empoderamiento y diversidad sexual
I am a man aged 41, married and with 3 children. I work with people with disabilitiees and the youths infected and directrly affected with HIV and AIDS. I like to empower youth and disabled people through information sharing and income generation. Advocating for the meaningful involvement of Youths and disabled persons in all local and national programms.
I am 40 years old, 6 feet 3 inches tall and 260 lbs. I am work-a-holic and love t discuss and work for women issues. Women issues globally Financial resources at time and other committed and passionate women for what ever issues we take up Computers, Leadership training, Management,
I am a mother of 3 a daughter and twin sons married to Arthur ,a human rights activist specializing on issues affecting grassroots women. My family husband and three children Resource mobilization to benefit the marginalised women of our Zimbabwean society Educationist and communicator
My name is Rita Nyampinga.I am a mother of 5 kids.I am a social and Economic Justice Activist.My main thrust is on women and girl children focusing on HIV/AIDS.My main worry is about access to treatment in Africa and food security.Those who are on ARVs have difficulty in getting proper food because of the prices which are unaffordable.