“If you have a goal to reach you should try to ignore what others have to say about you or your clan.
2010 VOF Module 1
Growing up in Siem Reap, a provincial town in northern Cambodia, Manrath Kong defied the odds that often condemn the daughters of lower class families to a life of illiteracy and poverty.
Sylvia was sipping her fruit shake when I approached her for an interview that afternoon in a small café.
When I was given the assignment to interview a woman activist in my community, a special writer-activist appeared in my mind immediately.
Brazilian activist Danielle Medeiro wrote two books about the history of slavery in Brazil. At the age of 13.
Like a white pigeon of peace, brave as a lion and impressive like the sun, Tahera Popal, 45, is the only Afghan woman working as a human rights officer in the United Nations in Herat, a province in no
She is far from two homes: her country and her family's home, living in a deserted area, without family or a husband or a son. However, once you see her, you would never think she is alone.
It was indeed a rainy day; children within her community were playing naked with protruded stomachs. They were cold and shivering after the rain and no one was there to take care of them.
One would take this blue colored house located at the Duport Road on the outskirt of Monrovia as an ordinary one, but this is the Duport Road Sexual and Gender Based Violence Clinic, a home to many yo
It was on a spring day in 2004 when twenty-year-old Delta Milayo Ndou decided that her life was no longer worth living.