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Introducing myself and my journal: Peace building

About Me:
I'm Congolese woman,
I have Complete the school of Mediation, Interpreneurship, Counseilling, in Nairobi Kenya. my big vision in to empoweing the Vulnerable women and Children, mostly to see how I may help to bring justice to Vulnerable persons and other who haven't support

My Passions:
to help Vunerable persons

My Vision for the Future:
to enpowering Vunerable women and defending parent less

My Areas of Expertise:
Mediation, and Counselling

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Fatima Waziri's picture

Hey there! Welcome to

Hey there! Welcome to PulseWire!

It’s so exciting having you with us, I am sure you will have a fabulous time with your new online friends as well as find this to be a very 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!

Peace!
Fatima

jadefrank's picture

Welcome sister!

Dearest Faida,

Welcome to PulseWire!

It's wonderful to see you here on our network of grassroots women leaders, like you, from all over the world. I encourage you to apply for the Voices of Our Future Citizen Journalism and Empowerment Training Program. It's an excellent program that opens the door to many exciting opportunities, connections, skills-building, and visibility. I think you are a perfect fit for the program if it's of interest to you. Please take a look and join the group to learn more and begin the application process in September: http://www.worldpulse.com/pulsewire/groups/37925

And I hope that we can connect in person when I'm in Bukavu! I am very close to finalizing my travel dates, but most likely will be in Bukavu September 12-22. I will let you know more when it's confirmed, so that we can arrange to meet! I would love to also visit your projects and meet your husband to learn more about the incredible work you're doing there.

Also, I wanted to introduce you to my friend CongoLeezza, who also lives in Bukavu and works to empower women and people living with disabilities. Maybe you already know her? See her PulseWire profile here: http://www.worldpulse.com/user/8919

In friendship and solidarity,
Jade

PCR's picture

thanks

Dear Jade

would like to greet you

thanks

Faida

PCR's picture

D.R.Congo

In Eastern of D.R.Congo, are many things that still missing, like people are going in many challenges because of war and violence, and in the area

we are Lack of counseling for women in my region, after many people who was traumatized , but as other Organizations are doing and giving support is only for few step because of lacking the expect counselors, I'm familian with this, but I thanks God for time I was spend in Nairobi and met with a Counsellor who help me a lot and after that, I join the Counselling course and Mediation with Entrepreneurship. however in the area we still lacking more Counselling material and who may train us more. at our program we have several groups we are serving mostly are the women from displaced groups, young single mothers from 14- 25 years Old, with HIV Infected women, team from World Pulse was visited us here in Bukavu and met with some of those women for interview, we are thanking works that Raji and Cynthia did here, the video has some details, I'm was translated and Described about where D.R.Congo is located as Heart of Africa and if Heart is sick all the boy maybe coming sick, in the Video I'm with blue cloth
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=ob_ySQc-2Ds

thanks

Faida
http://www.peaceconflictresolutionproject.webs.com/

Sarah Whitten-Grigsby's picture

I Accept!

Dear PCR,

I'm honored to accept your friend request and thank you.

If you have "testamony" about your situation as a Congolese woman, please look on line at the World Pulse EVAWA (End Violence Against Women) Campaign and tell your story. I am a "Listener" for this campaign and one of us will read and comment on your story.

I wish you love and strength,

Rev. Sarah, Interfaith

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