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Celebrating my dear MAMA and my elder sister

The two greatest women in my life; my sister and my mother. Mama is an iron lady because she has been through thick and thin, but still came out strong. She is the source of my inspiration. … Read More»

FreeAfghanWoman's picture

Education with support of parents!

My parents could have stayed in Afghanistan instead of leaving it.They left the country because after the demise of the Russian's, it became almost impossible for girls to attend schools. … Read More»

Klaudia Mexico's picture

The Catita’s spirit: Education changes Mexican women’s destiny.

This article was written as a compulsory assignment for the Voices of Our Future Contest http://worldpulse.com/pulsewire/programs/voices-of-our-future … Read More»

Greengirl's picture

The Model Woman: Even in Death, My mum Remains a Model Woman

As a girl and a daughter she is a descendant of a particular family lineage within which she grows up; and receives close tutelage. … Read More»

DamarisM's picture

Monica's story: a social enterprise that is keeping girls in school

With some IT knowledge, business savvy, and a lot of self-confidence, DOT Kenya ReachUp! participant Monica Mwangi created a social enterprise that is keeping girls in school. … Read More»

Y's picture

Cherished Child

My daughter is Teacher of the Year at her school. I know that much of her ability is because she was cherished by many even before she was born, and ever since. … Read More»

Vibeke's picture

Oh! The places you CAN go!

To my two daughters, … Read More»

CHINYERE MMA OKOH's picture

her consolation

She is humble but blessed Calm and reserved For she knows her worth It springs forth even when she's not acknowledged She sacrifices all, gives all, bears all and even endures all … Read More»

Phionah Musumba's picture

To You, Young Lady

Dearest Young Lady, … Read More»

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