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Lifting women leaders with our voices

In the wake of the tragic earthquake in Haiti, our hearts go out to those who have lost their lives, especially grassroots women leaders like Myriam Merlet, Magalie Marcelin and Anne Marie Coriolan.

I invite you – our community and newswire – to use your journal as a place to share your thoughts, fears, insight, solutions and stories on the crisis in Haiti.

Let us come together as a community to show support for Haitians and to support each other in raising our voices. Because for many of us, our voice is the strongest tool that we have.

World Pulse is committed to helping women's leadership rise as Haitians begin the long road to re-building their lives. It starts with you!


Nusrat Ara's picture

So true Jade. 'It starts with

So true Jade. 'It starts with you' I mean. Thanks for being there for everyone of us.



busayo's picture

yes we need to do that

Thanks Jade, very thoughtful of you to remind us of this. We need to be there for our sisters and brothers in Haiti at this time.


Busayo Obisakin
Women inspiration Development center
Ile-Ife, Nigeria

shadmaan saleem's picture

Yes of course

Thanks Jade, I really appreciate your thoughtful and sencere suggestion. We Pakistanis have already confronted with the situation like this. As I worked as volunteear in the aftermath of 2005 earthquake, this situation remind me what we saw in northern Pakistan in 2005. I cant extricate myself from the community of pulsewire Lounge.

With Regards

Shadmaan Saleem

Corine Milano's picture

Story on

I also want to let everyone know Anne-christine D'adesky, a World Pulse contributor and member of PulseWire, is on the ground in Haiti—the country she grew up in—and contributed a story to You can find it on the homepage, and at this link:

It would be wonderful if you commented on her story and shared words of support. I know she would take strength from hearing from the PulseWire community.

All the best,

Drita_Bajrami's picture


I cannot believe that one of the biggest tragedies has happened to one of the poorest countries in the world! Those pictures and all of the information from Haiti are just too horrible to be true. I hope with all my heart that everybody who can will donate to different UN agencies, that is all we can do and pray that the help will reach those who need it. Here is a link from Unifem:
Greetings to you Jade, thanks for encouraging us to share our thoughts!


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