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Introducing myself and my journal: Public opinion

About Me:
I am women from adeveloping country in Africa,trying all through my life to find place under the sun,to be a creative person on my
community,am medical doctor,I use my work to develop and to improve our women life in Sudan country.To be a leader in the community you need to have a leadership features,as strong personality and creative ability,cause of that I put all my experiences
to build up my community.

My Challenges:
all about the reproductive health issue in my country-HIV prevention,safe motherhood,family planning,ect-

My Vision for the Future:
realy it is so shine and full of hopeness

My Areas of Expertise:
Medical and emergency areas


Halima Mohamed Abdel rahman's picture


Dear sister Marhaban beiki hina,

I am so happy to welcome you on WP vibrant online community. I follow your informative writings on Sudaneseonline website, and think you have taken the right decision to join this giant website. On this site you can find people who share your passions and interests especially when you tour the group section.

Let's be in touch.



Nicole Pampanin's picture

Hello and Welcome!

Hi Dr Sulafa,

Welcome to the PulseWire community. We are happy to have you here with us. Be sure to check out the Groups section to join groups and find others that share your interests and passions, the Voices Rising section to read other women’s stories, and all the other resources that are here for you. I look forward to hearing about your work as a medical doctor in Sudan here on PulseWire. Once again, welcome to our community!


Fatima Waziri's picture

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 and you will find this to be a positive experience. 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!


It is reayl very big and very happy chance for me , to know and to write in a web site like this ,,, I can n't find any way to say <<

Dr.Sulafa Elagib Ahmed's picture

Hello Nicole

My dear Nicole,
Thanks for your greeting, am so happy to be member on this community, I will
Join the groups to share with u my experiences in many fields, as in reproductive
Health in Africa and Sudan, the situation from in side camps in Darfur, working with
HIV\AIDS clients, and so many others,

Thanks Fatwaz,,,, it is good to be one of this great group,, u r the voice of the half of the community,,,women,,I hope that to be active enough to share and to build up these community


JaniceW's picture

Marhab beik

Dr. Sulafa,
It is such a joy for me to welcome you to our community.

I would love to hear more about your thoughts on the doctor's strike in Sudan as it seems to be an ongoing conflict where the government makes promises to physicians, threaten them with the loss of their jobs, etc... I hope that the doctors can use their voice to advocate for a change that will lead the country out of the present conflicts and allow them to continue to offer good health services to the people of Sudan.

Please let me know if there is anything I can do to make your experience here more fulfilling or if you have any particular interests. Again, welcome. As-salamu alaiki,
World Pulse

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