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Well.. this is my first time hearing about this website, this organization and this whole thing for that matter. For some reason, something inside me told me to sign up. I'm gonna take it as a good thing.. Thanx Caroline for the email. =) As of right now, I don't know what to write.. I will be updating this for surely..! pCe + LoVe!! =) Wellness and Travel!! Procrastination!!
Hi, I'm a Zimbabwean/South African/English person. I'm a social scientist, musician, and digital artist/animator with an interest in social justice...at the moment I'm particularly interesting in making links between artists and academics, between the dry policy makers, and the people at the forefront of popular culture. I was born in London to South African parents. I grew up in Zimbabwe.
I’ve had a life-long interest in psychology, personal growth and spirituality, as well as having some talent in the arts. After graduating from college with a degree in Graphic Design, I moved to the Findhorn Foundation, an international spiritual community in northern Scotland. During my six years there, I helped to develop new courses and co-lead over 20 week-long workshops.
I am openminded enthusiastic person. I love travelling and I hope to visit each country of the world at least once in my lifetime. I like working with youth on different issues that concern them. I adore banana ice-cream:)) The Little Prince Communications, Youth Work
I am a Christian, a Social Activist / Advocate, a Writer and an Entrepreneur. I am proactive and passionately advocates for children, youth and women's issues. I love to work for and with youth especially girls by encouraging, teaching and mentoring them. I enjoy writing short stories about issues that affect girls and pouring my thoughts, fears as well as my dreams in a journal.
From my 12 years (and by accident) I belong to a youth organization, in first place to the Youth's Club on Sexual and Reproductive Health, then to the Children's Forum Participation and finally to the Youth's Group Make Your Opportunities Sure, all these organizations together with others of the city Sucre, Bolivia make up the Bolivian Consortium of Youth- House of the Youth.
I am a late 20-something, young professional living and working in the DC Metro area. The Arts, Travel, Empowering women
I am a twenty four year old Sudanese girl working as a Radio Journalist in Southern Sudan.I have been working as a journalist for three years now.I did my diploma course in public relations and a certificate course in Journalism.Since i started venturing in the field of Jourmnalist,my altimate goal has always been to raise women issues with the aim of bringing change in the lifes of many suffer
I am a very pleasant person and I'm interested in how new media can be used to expand women's voices. My dream is to work with young women to realise the power they have to be who they want to be and sensitize them towards contributing to the world they live in. I have worked to promote women's participation in decision-making in Ghana and my conclusion is: Begin with the girl!
An adventurous person who looks out for those who are voiceless. Take time to discover other peoples strenghs and encourage them to pursue their dreams. Some times I can be strict when I see you dilly dallying. Love travelling and meeting new people and trying to understand their cultures.
Nancy here, am very much passionate in working with girls who are economically and socially disadvantaged.My role is to educate this girls on how to go about their reproductive health issues inorder to make informed choices.Choices that will influence their lives positively.Am open minded,interactive and despise dishonesty and mediocrity.Am very excited in becoming a member of world pulse and h
Sub Sahara Africa. Empower rural girls through increasing access to empowermnet tools like education, self estem,economic and exposure Women not supporting women cause with the zeal and determination Education for life, youth issues, children and youth protection, gender mainstreaming, sports and development
An economist, farmer, and activist, Chetna Gala Sinha works for social change in some of the poorest and most drought-stricken areas of rural India. She founded and is currently the president of the Mann Deshi Mahila micro-enterprise development bank. 100 percent of Mann Deshi clients are poor women with annual incomes averaging 40 rupees ($1) per day.
I have come to learn much about myself over the coming years, and each year that goes by I learn to appreciate myself more and to become less of a people pleaser. I realized early on that I was different in life and this has given me many challenges in life, but such challenges have become by greatest lessons.