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Saving Loans Association is a local organization in Zambia, that provides small micro loans ($50-$200) to women who are economically challenged by the surge of HIV/AIDS and chronic poverty in Zambia.
LOVE TRAVELLING, LOVE MEETING NEW PEOPLE, LOVE SOCIALISING MY PROFESSION - INTERIOR DECORATING TO REACH MY SET GOAL IN LIFE BUSINESS
i am beloning to tribal area of pakistan bordering afghanistan.i have done Master in political science. peace to educate the backstepping people of FATA social marketing
i like to scooter,play soccer,i lke to party,i have a lot of friends,im spoild and nice i am spoiled to be a teacher
writing, theater, music, spirituality, my children overcoming my own, inherent, laziness, learning how to work with my body's rhythms rather than against them, not slandering others writing, theater/acting, impromptu speaking, engaging people in conversation, music
I'm a daughter of the global community just trying to experience the world. Travel, my family, my father, my romance with the man I will soon marry, reading, research, laughter. I believe that somewhere in the world, pieces of peace and nonviolence thrive in a globe wracked with war and injustice. Community development, traveling cheaply, research, writing, intercultural abilities.
I'm a mother of four - three, adopted - and a mother-in-law four times over, and a grandmother of eight. I'm a soul-gardener who works at personal and groupmind levels - a peacewalker, and trainer of peaceful warriors. Love is everything for me: the Truth of Love, the Beauty of Love - in particular, initiation into the art of "loving the enemy," the essence, really, of the golden rule.
Unmarried, cohabiting, 2 children, opinionated, not liberal but left-wing, strong opinions, love rock and punk music and good literature. to beat challenges a new one every day radio production
I am an easy going person, love to make new friends. I am fired by the passion of wanting to make our women here aware of so many issues on which they are ignorant. I see so much apathy in our women and I just want to be a little match-stick that will light a fire which I hope will continue to burn in North East Nigeria, long after I am gone
Gender & HIV/Aids activist. I am extremely passionate about my work and continue to enjoy the challenges that make the causes better for women and girls especially. I am seeking opportunities to express women on a safe platform and be heard on gender equality issues. I want to be able to voice these concern freely without judgement or harm for that matter.
I am a young lady aged twenty four. I am originally from Zimbabwe but I am currently enrolled at the University of Fort Hare for my PhD in Literature, my area of focus being Gender Studies. I am the first born in my family and I love reading and seeing other people succeed in life. My goal in life is to positively change at least one person's life and help them achieve their goals.
I was born and raised in the United States, but came to Japan after college to teach for one year and never left. Now I live in a rural community with my Japanese husband and our twins - a boy and a girl. My daughter is deaf and uses a wheelchair due to her cerebral palsy. Her disabilities have led me to an interest in disability issues, which I often write about.
I am a 27-year old woman wandering through a world of NGO's, CBO's, iNGO's, governments, policement, deportation trucks and safe houses, looking for the best way to operate in a less than best world. My field is education and gender. I run an organization that works with seperated children and give trainings and teach on a consultancy and volunteer basis.