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BreW ThaT sAveD heR lifE

At cock crow she wakes up, stumbles upon the saucepans from last nights dinner . She almost falls down but catches her balance with grace. … Read More»

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Mining disaster

In DRCongo, the situation of girls is really down; let me tell you a true story of girls in mining areas. … Read More»

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Breaking down education barriers

This assignment has been one that has led me to a deep level of introspect. … Read More»

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Woman... Hitch Your Wagon To A Star

I am from a Third World country,but that didn't prove deterrent to setting a goal and aiming high for myself. As the old adage says, "Hitch your wagon to a star". … Read More»

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When Poverty Strikes, Education is at risk; 4 young girls skipped classes to raise money for others education!

It was a beautiful evening today sitting with my two younger sisters, all recent graduates from the University. … Read More»

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books first...boys later...

I have truly been fortunate. I was given every opportunity available to me and encouraged and given support by my family in all that I pursued. … Read More»

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The Case for Supporting Young Women

I consider myself incredibly blessed in the area of education. A naturally curious mind and parents invested in my education propelled me to where I am now. … Read More»

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VOF assignment week 3/girl's education

According to a document issued by the United Nations, more than half of the population in the Arab world constitutes of people aging 25 or below.This 'youth bulge' not only contributes to increased pr … Read More»

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Zephaniah Free Education: An Interview

Zephaniah is an educator and women's advocate from Gujranwala, Pakistan, and operates a free school for women, girls and children who cannot afford education. … Read More»

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Mother-machine my strength!

Day in and day out, the lovely rhythm of the motor - lulling us to sleep and giving us comfort. My lovely mother and her sewing machine: earned the clothes we wore; earned the food we ate; … Read More»

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