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Introducing myself and my journal

About Me:
I am adisabled persons lame at my right leg.married and blessed with three children two young girls and one boy.I worked for the community especially for persons with disabllity both who are afected by HIVAIDS and those who are not afected.I am also advocating for the rights of persons with disabillity.

My Passions:
Like traveling and gather more information about HIVAIDS

My Challenges:
Lack of more information about HIVAIDS,And those who are afected can not get their meals as per needed due to poverty.

My Vision for the Future:
To see the rights of persons with disabillity is protected to the maximum.

My Areas of Expertise:
Creating more awareness on HIVAIDS in the community.


olutosin's picture

Hi my love

Well done, you are going well too. Welcome to our midst

Olutosin Oladosu Adebowale
Founder/Project Coordinator
Star of Hope Transformation Centre
512 Road
F Close
Festac Town


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Hey there! Welcome to

Hey there! Welcome to PulseWire!

Its so exciting having you with us, I am sure you will have a fun time with your new online friends. I know that you will find this to be a positive experience and I encourage you to take advantage of the numerous resources and features available through our vibrant online community.

Welcome again to our global community and I look forward to hearing more from you here on PulseWire!


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Dear Peter, Welcome to

Dear Peter,

Welcome to PulseWire, an interactive space where women and supporters of women's initiatives worldwide can speak for ourselves to the world and collaborate to solve global problems.

I encourage you to use your journal as a place to introduce yourself, your work and your passions to the PulseWire community. Think of your journal as a blog, where you can speak your mind and reach an audience of nearly 3000 women and supporters of women's initiatives. I think that you will find PulseWire to be an exciting place to garner support, make connections and share your story!

Based on your work with physically challenged persons, you might also like to join the PulseWire group, Disabilities International, and contribute to the group journal. Here you can meet others who are passionate about changing attitudes towards people living with disabilities.

Looking forward to hearing more of your voice here on PulseWire!


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Hi there!


Hello and welcome to our community! We have a great contingent of members from Africa and warmly welcome your voice to PulseWire. Let me know if you have any questions about the community and I will try to steer you in the right direction. I look forward to hearing more from you and your work for HIV/AIDS and disability awareness.


World Pulse Technology Associate

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Recieve lots of greetings hoping that it is well with you. On my side I am fine. I wuold like to thank you for being our friend, the organization is really happy with your decission of accepting our friendship request. According to the work of our Oganization of creating HIV /AIDS awareness we have found out that many people still are not aware that this disease is and exist and they are saying that AIDS is not a disease but its a witchcraft or a curse that befalls someone who has refused to follow the customs/cultural belifes. Bacause the organization is working for persons with disability we find that most of the voluntary and counsseling centres (VCTs) are located in town centres so we were seeing it wise to start VCT centres to the villages and rural areas to create AIDS wareness and to train more councellors . This disease has really wiped alot of people in the villages and rendered many children orphans, widows/widowers and has increased the poverty rate. Our statics shows that women are the ones carrying this burden and thier children cannot get enough food, clothing and education because the little money that they get, they spend it on treating the husband who is thier bread winner. We (the organization) was seeing it wise if it can find a way of empowering this widows by donation a small amount of money to enable them start some small business where they can get money to feed, educate thier children and satisfy their basic needs.

Inorder for the organization to accomplish the above mentioned activities we require some amount of money to achieve this and we are kindly requesting you to be our donor. We are also requesting you to connect us (the organization) with other donors who can help us to achieve this goals and obligations. You As a human rights activist we were also requesting you to be our chief advisor who can advice us how we can develope the organization and to help the community at large. We would like to get your email address so that we can communicate easily because there are somethings that we need to send to you but we are not able to send them via this site.

we are looking forward to hearing from you soon. May God richly bless you.

Yours faithfully,
Peter Ouma Oyugi

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