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Introducing myself and my journal: slavery, Violence against Woman, support woman and children

About Me:
To improve ruined communities into the dynamics character of the community organization; promote the understanding of the people on socio-political issues; foster organizational provision of innovative initiative for the “Slaves Freedom and re-building their lives”, “DON’T DISCRIMINATE” “Child Rights” “Violence against Woman” aiming to build social and economic space, foster economic development and more in the rural polity.

My Passions:
To Research, Write the nature of atrocities, Propose, Introduce and provide an alternative source to arrive at the at their full potential.

My Challenges:

My Vision for the Future:
To facilitate NGOs/CBOs in designing long-term programs aiming at the provision of basic civic amenities


Carri Pence's picture

Welcome to PulseWire! I am so

Welcome to PulseWire! I am so happy that you are part of a community that cherishes your voice and encourages your vision for a better tomorrow. Your knowledge and ideas about LONG TERM solutions will be inspiring others through your writing and service to this community. To often NGO's look at the short term solutions which can cause goals not to be met and even negative outcomes. Furthermore, I find that NGO's like to focus what is popular at the moment, making issues that are making the news to be more important than so many issues that need to be addressed.

With friendship,
Carri Pence

Harihimat's picture

Thank you

Please, read the factual information that I posted today. Yo can also click on Peace and Collaborative Development Network link to watch documentaries about Working Children and Slavery.

Syed M. Hassan

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