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Say Lugares's picture

It's The Only Treasure

Our lives would have never been easier without the efforts and sacrifices my mom had done to take her life out of poverty. … Read More»

PrincessZar's picture

Experience, my teacher!

I consider myself privileged to be South African yet at times I often find myself dancing between loving and hating my new Government. … Read More»

jdsilas's picture

EDUCATION IS MY ASSET

I believe whatever change we hope to achieve in the world and in our immediate community has to come first with change in the home front. … Read More»

Precious M's picture

Why am I not in school too?

Pijinu was born and spent her early years in a village called Bambalang in the North Western region of Cameroon. … Read More»

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Your Old book is my New book in Sudan because we believe we can be the change

Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail* … Read More»

ntoweett's picture

One girl at a time...

As luck would have it, experiences of my father as he grew up in pre-colonial Kenya having lost his father at an early age and struggling and going to school courtesy of local mission in his home town … Read More»

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"Agri Yumma, Agri!"

My mother always used to tell me about my great grandmother’s empowering words during the cold nights she stayed up late studying: “Agri yumma! … Read More»

Debra K Adams MA's picture

Women and Girls and Popular Education 2013 VOF Week 3

bell hooks says, “. . . the purpose of education is to show students how to define themselves . . . in the world” … Read More»

Jeanne N's picture

Diverse Views on Education

Good education is one of the most high regarded value here in the Philippines. Regardless of gender, we are all given equal opportunity to grow as successful and competent people. … Read More»

Sangita Thapa's picture

Pen and Poltergeist: A Battle for Emancipation

As I sit here to write, I find myself lucky enough to have this luxury of writing, of having access to this amazing technology and knowing just how and when to move my fingers on the keyboard, just a … Read More»

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