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My Understanding of World Pulse

*1) What does World Pulse/ PulseWire mean to you?*

Pulse wire is everything to me. It has become a secure platform to raise my voice, network with like-minded people and exchange my stories and information. It is an exclusive platform for connecting, mentoring and supporting each others. World pulse is the source of information about the situation of women in the world. I am delighted to be a member of world pulse.

*2) What brought you to World Pulse? And what has been your experience on Pulse Wire?*

The theme “No one speaks for me, I speak for myself” of world pulse, and the slogan “Global Issues through the Eyes of Women” inspired me to join the group. I have changed my life in a positive way. I have built my confidence to network and communicate with people. I have also got chance to attend a huge youth summit, One Young World, in London and represent my country. World pulse has been able to build a hope in my life by providing the tones of opportunities through resource exchange.
Thank you World Pulse!

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JaniceW's picture

Timi laai dhayrai dhanyabaad

Sunita,
Namaskar. Hajur la kasto cha? Malai sancho cha tapailai pani sanchai hola bhanne asha cha. As you know, it has been a delight for us too to have you as a member and I thank you for introducing PulseWire to so many friends. Voices, such as yours, Khushbu's, Anjana's and Yuko's, have been instrumental in educating us about life in your regional communities and were it not for your efforts to speak out, many of us would be ignorant of the plight of women and young girls in Nepal, and around the world.

PulseWire provides that space so many have been looking for and provides the support we often need to raise our voices high so that we may be heard. We may never meet each other but we all know that at the click of a computer key, we are in the midst of sisters and friends who believe in us. How powerful is that?!

Dherai Maya.
Janice

p.s. why is your photo titled "feeling lonely" bahini?

sunita.basnet's picture

Swagaatam (Welcome)

Didi
Namaste!

Malai sanchai chha hajur lai ni?? Yeah I agree with you, I also may be unknown to many more issues that exist all around the world. I may also not get chance to meet with you, Jensine and jade. I have learnt alot from all of you!
Yes! Its really powerful and encourage each others.

Hahahha regarding the photo title. The photo was taken in Dashain one of our main festival in Bangladesh. This photo was before we celebrate durga puja. All the Nepalese were so worried and upset because we were far from our house. We have missed two Dashain in our country and will be missing many mores. That is why I put the title feeling lonely. There is no reason behind that!

Love much
XXXX

With Love and Regards
Sunita Basnet
Asian University for Women

With Love and Regards
Sunita Basnet

JaniceW's picture

Ah, I see

:-) Good, am glad there is no reason other than to miss Dashain. Yo sanjh ramailo sanga bitos,
Didi

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