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Preservation of Human Life and Non Violet for every one.


She cares a lot about the preservation of human rights and non violent for every one.
Jackie is a middle aged woman, born in lapaz and later moved to talija 13 years ago in the same country. She is happily married, a mother of two boys aged 23 and25 as while as an 11 year old girl.
“ I have gone to school really late, after my son turned four, when I decided could speak well enough to tell me if he had been mistreated by the nun” she says.
Although Jackie got married too early, culture in her country does not restrict a woman to acquire education but rather imposes a lot of more work for women. She is now a career woman with a BS in Business administration, two post graduate education and other in local government through gender equality.
I had really a bad marriage, and the father of my first two kids was very violet to my kids, so I learnt first hand what violence at home can be like and wants to stop it. She narrated.
Her motivation in life is to help women realize their dreams; she encourages women to go for what they want in life and to go to school before they get married.
“My interest (as a pulse wire correspondent) have being on this one, communicate more and more because I feel it is worth while to be here and share my life with all of you!”


JaniceW's picture

Very informative

Dando, I feel I know Jackie so much better now, and understand her drive for a non-violent world and the call for rights for everyone. In this brief interview, you managed to capture the essence of what motivates Jackie and her path to her work now. Well done.

Dando's picture

Hi Janice

Thank you JaniceW, am glad you got to know Jackie in my little article. she is really a powerful woman and I was encouraged by her through the interview I had with her.

With Love Dando

jadefrank's picture

About Jackie

Hi Dando,

This is a wonderful bio on Jackie. You really dug deep into the spirit of Jackie and what experiences drew her here to PulseWire and to her passion for empowerment. As a suggestion, the title could be more powerful. In the spirit of emulating the World Pulse editorial voice, think of ways to title articles in a more solutions-oriented voice. Think of ways to include the inspiring voice of the piece. For example, "Turning a Bad Marriage into a Quest for Empowerment" or something like that. Just an idea... But truly, the article is great and so interesting. Thank you for sharing it with us! I cannot wait to read the article on whichever activist you choose.

In friendship,

Dando's picture

Hi Jadefrank

Well thank you so much for your comment and suggestion, it is really a good suggestion, To be frank with you sometimes I find it difficult to come up with a title.
Am glad to be learning from each one of you on this network.

Have a nice day!

with Love

sunita.basnet's picture

Knowing my sister

Dear Dando,

When I talk with Jacki in skype and share my feeling I found her happy. We laughted together, but I didn't know that her laughter had come after a big struggle in her life.
I didn't know about her background but today because of you Dando, I get chance to know my sister very well.

Thank you so much.

With Love and Regards
Sunita Basnet

Dando's picture

Hi Sunita

Thanks for your comment, Jackie is a wonderful and strong woman, I am encouraged by her desire to help women and help them descover their dream and make their dream a reality in life.

Hope the exams are fair.

with Love Dando

sunita.basnet's picture

Hi dando

Yeap, She is really so wonderful.
I love our all sisters.

With Love and Regards
Sunita Basnet

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