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The richness of cultures: scents, beauty products, textures, colors, foods Shipping Costs! How to support local producers and sell at a fair price? Business development, languages, interpersonal and team relations., marketing
Woman Entrepreneur, NGO Leader, Civil servant retired Reading and Traveling Fighting against Gender inequity, violence against women, Poverty and to ensure a well- being to orphans and disabled persons Promote and Defense of the Women and Child Rights; Communities Development; Women empowerment and capacity building; Return and Reintegration of trafficked victims; Fight against Child Domestic
Sumedha Kailash has been a social transformer since her early childhood. She was born in Lucknow on 10th May 1955. At age 11, she first turned activist when she was sent to jail for being part of the movement against the killing of cows.
I am the proud mama of three beautiful grandchildren: Lily, Mia and Jonah. My husband, 3 daughters, and 3 grandchildren
Achieving Sustainable Social Equality through Technology (ASSET) was founded in 2006 by our daughter Nita Umashankar who is pursuing a PhD in Marketing Strategy at UT-Austin.
I am a mother of five and a new grandmother. I have lived all over the United States. I was a founding member of a spiritual community in Tennessee. The book "Spiritual Midwifery" was born in our community. I helped establish a relief organization called Plenty. Our first international project was in Guatemala in 1976.
I have had a life-long career in community development and service with non-profit sector organizations.
I am Leila Ludie Okeyo, 14 years old. I am in form one. I like helping girls to continue with their education and fighting for their rights.
HEAL Africa’s hospital and community development work address the root causes of illness and poverty for the people of eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. The hospital and the 28 women’s houses in Maniema and North Kivu have provided a safe place for many victims of the war, and have been a motor for combating poverty and promoting community cohesion over the past 14 years.
I'm a humanitarian. I care most about all people around this small and fragile planet having what they need for the best quality of life possible - from fresh water to internet access and the ability to help themselves. Independent media and business, humanitarian issues globally, long-term sustainability for the planet (and people) Publishing - books, magazine, web; Connecting.
I am 66 yrs. old and live in Southern California. I am hard of hearing and circulate in both the hearing and Deaf communitites. I have worked for Peace Over Violence, (formerly the Los Angeles Commission on Assaults Against Women), for many years. I love having parties at home, spending time with friends, dining out, going to the theatre and working in my yard.
Served for 30 years in providing leadership development, resources and advocacy for women around the world. Co-founder of Circle Connections www.circleconnections.com that promotes circle as the model for equality, justice and peace.
I am a student nurse about to graduate May 8, 2008. After I take my boards I will be an RN. I have been working very hard at this and am very excited. I went to South Africa last year to learn more about nursing there. It was a wonderful trip that I am glad I got to participate in. helping people to better themselves and their situations. Time Being a student