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Girls’ Access to Education; improving the lives of girls in my community.

This assignment is supposed to be a personal testimony on my vision for improving the lives of girls in my community, but really what is my community ? … Read More»

Iryna's picture

Education opens windows

“Mama was washing a window, papa was reading a newspaper”, everyone who was born in the USSR knows this phrase because is the very first we’ve learnt to read. … Read More»

Rochelle White's picture

2013 VOF Week 3

Poverty is a tremendous barrier that restrains education for young girls. For example, in the U.S., schools are administered funds based on a grading curve and rank. … Read More»

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LES FILLES DEVAIENT COMPTER SUR LEUR CAPACITE

bONJOUR je suis accompagnateur des femmes sur la troisieme semaine de VOF 2013. … Read More»

Vweta's picture

Every Girl is a Shero!

Ajegunle, one of the communities I work with is a slum in rural Lagos and its home to about 300,000 Illaje and Yoruba speaking people of Western Nigeria. … Read More»

Lia@WP's picture

My personal story and thoughts on education

Let me begin by saying a powerful quote from Dalai Lama, "When educating the minds of our youth, we must not forget to educate their hearts." … Read More»

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A Story of Hope and Life

The Education the first steps to know yourself, life Rights, Duties. But in Developing countries.There is a lot of Problems in Education.There is Millions do not know how to Read and write … Read More»

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Education, Pregnancy, Abortion and the average woman

Being born in Swaziland. Swaziland is a small country and yet there are so many different lifestyles, education systems, what is expected of women and the whole notion of pregnancy. … Read More»

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Empowering Educated Women

From an early age, I was exposed to village women coming to my family to seek for house help jobs. … Read More»

Lavander's picture

My father always wanted a daughter :)

First time I felt that being a girl isn't the best thing to be in our country was when my aunt gave birth to her third baby girl. … Read More»

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