(Talking ‘Bout My Generation) We have synchronised our watches, studied our calendars, existed in minutes, and completely forgotten to step back and see what we've accomplished.
2011 VOF Module 2
“Where can I get that form?” a slim longhaired young lady asked while I was filling up the Departure Card at the Immigration Area of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport.
“There is no real food here!” This thought came into my head one day last November as I waited for the bus near my home in Managua.
Just about all of my close friends had left the country on an evacuation a couple of weeks before 23 May 2000.
For the past four months, if you take a walk or drive by the Labour office in Buea, Cameroon , you are bound to see over 500 people (mostly women 40 or older), sleeping, sitting or lying outside on t
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There is an instinct in a woman to love most her own child - and an instinct to make any child who needs her love, her own. ~Robert Brault,
Women were in blog of the Cambodian culture from ancient time to the present and have multi duties to response comparing to men, who have only few things to do basically on finding income for family a
I don’t live in an actual war zone or walk miles to meet my basic needs.