When discussing gender discrimination and while fighting women’s rights, we must not forget the women in Kathmandu who are driving the Tempos: Public Vehicles.
2010 VOF Module 4
“I feel so small.” Those words capture the thoughts I had at that moment.
When I first began writing my final VOF assignment, I thought I would focus on education, because education has been the key to lifting myself out of poverty.
“If you are a woman, you either are a maid or you have one.”
No one seems to be aware; but it is real, it is happening! In the privacy of homes, behind closed kitchen and bedroom doors, pubescent girls in Cameroon are being tortured by their own mothers.
Walking seemed to be something pretty normal for most of us. And it is. As children, we learned to walk and we discovered the world.
Emerging from a fourteen- year long civil crisis, teenage pregnancy is becoming a societal ill that leaders and stakeholders should tackle.
In less than a month, Nigeria will have her fourth democratic election as scheduled: National Assembly Election (2/4/2011), Presidential Election (9/4/2011) and the Governorship/State Assemblies elect
It was November 12, 2010, the day Burmese people had been waiting for - the release of Daw Aung San Suu Kyi from house arrest.