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I selected Canada as the "country I most identify with" because I am a citizen of Canada. I am, however, Haitian, and currently live in the U.S.A. Writing, Photography, Films, Equity/Justice, International Issues, Creating Community Locally Writing, Collaborative Work, Creativity, Scholarship, the Caribbean
I believe in women and support girls' education and human rights. I went on a mission trip to Liberia in July, 2008 and found the people loving, relational and hopeful. My dream is to see the end of violence toward women, enough food for everyone in the world, good healthcare and education for all children. I believe in sharing and respecting each other.
visual arts, travel, music, meeting people from all over the world To fulfill my purpose of creating a sense of global community Photography, Creativity, Big-Picture thinking, Optimism
British artist and writer, originally from Yorkshire in England and currently living in New York. A 2009 Voice of Our Future, and proud to be a part of this growing global women's empowerment movement. I am daily inspired by my own children to work towards building a safer, saner world for them and all of their future neighbors around the world.
I have always been very passionate about working with, and empowering, women of all ages (myself included!).
I am a 45 year old graduate of the School of Mass communication of UO, USA. I am married to Allen with children. I love caring for environment, and I always work with my family to teach community kids to care for trees (especially fruit trees). We grow them in the community. I am a journalist working with a local newspaper (Bukedde in Kampala-Uganda).
I grew up in urban, middle class India, with the privileges of a secure, stable family and good education opportunities. In my adult years, I have had the enriching experience of living and working in multiple countries around the world, including my own.
Ecologist Work with the community at grassroot level Stop environmrntal degrdation Environment protection and conservation
Thembanathi, which means hope with us in Zulu, is a small non-profit affiliated with Orphans Against AIDS. Thembanathi supports South African organizations caring for orphans and other vulnerable children in communities impacted by the HIV/AIDS epidemic.
Born and raised in Uganda. Love Pulsewire and the concept of giving women especially in developing countries a voice. Connecting Africans to people in the US, and to let learning take place. Giving women a fair opportunity. Resources
A passionate, visceral intellectual whose father bought me the first issues of Ms Magazine when I was 9 years old, and who always wanted me to be a philosopher. The firebrand, former punk-rocker that I was still lurks in my soul, as does the message of peace and love from the generation in which I grew up.
Saba Ahmed is a Pakistani-American Muslimah currently pursuing her Patent Attorney career at the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office.
Am a student at the University of Nairobi pursuing a degree in Sociology and Political science.I consider myself a human rights activist.I have a passion for empowering marginalized groups .I mainly work with youth, widows and refugees.
Since 1993, Camfed (Campaign for female education) has educated girls and supported young women to help tackle poverty in rural communities.
not much, but dedicated to see change women, children and the vulnerable in society communication,health
I am a Development Professional working with Society for All Round Development. I have vast experience for over a decade and half in the fields of Relief, Rehabilitation and Development, support working in various responsible capacities. Presently I am heading a leading Development organization in India, founded by self, implementing programs for the needy, deprived and disadvantaged
I am professionally a Banker but I am a Social worker as well. My organization works for Education For Working Children, Health especially Aids/HIV, T.B , Malaria ,and For Environmental Protection , Women Development Poverty Alleviation Poverty, Illiteracy, Educating the Poors Social Working, Rural Credit