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Introducing myself and my journal: achievement is the impact you have made in your community

About Me:
Miss Rosina Teye Akuorkor is the executive director of Dolly Foundation.I am a young lady who has a profound passion for helping others and this is what drives me on to form Dolly Foundation to help less unfortunate women and children in the deprive area. my organization is in a community where culture practices is highly disrespected. women do not have the opportunity to make decision for them selves. i have the opportunity to break through from these culture practices because i have a educated parent. i believe that if women get educated they themselves will become advocate for some of the outmoded culture practice. human development to me is the vehicle for nation development. i am a woman with multiple face of a African woman. i am a single mother, am coming from a rural area where few women have access to leadership position,where women rights are not adhere to and a society where societal role are based on gender not your ability to make a change. i want to be able to lead rural women to demand for their right, get elected to hold political position and to also contribute to decision that concerns them.

My Passions:
my passion is to make change in the life of women . i want women to have a voice. a voice that can be hear from the wilderness.

My Challenges:
financial support and coaching

My Vision for the Future:
to help women to impact life

My Areas of Expertise:
leadership, advocate and public speeaking

Comments

Nusrat Ara's picture

Dear friend, Welcome to

Dear friend,

Welcome to PulseWire! You are now part of a thriving community of women from all parts of the world. See the PulseWire Getting Started Guide to learn more about networking in our community: http://www.worldpulse.com/pulsewire/about/guide

Please explore the site to meet the women and also find the groups of your interest.

I look forward to hearing your voice in the community!

In friendship,

Nusrat

kmwelch's picture

Dear Rosina, Welcome! Thank

Dear Rosina,

Welcome! Thank you for joining and becoming involved with the inspirational World Pulse online community. The thoughts and experiences you share are unique contributions to the diverse community of passionate women leaders and supporters from all over the world.

I encourage you to explore PulseWire and learn more about the events and resources being shared by our encouraging network and to strengthen it further by continuing to make connections and contribute your valuable perspective.

Warm wishes,
Katie

rosinadolly's picture

thanks

am grateful for your contribution . i join world pulse with the hope of meeting people like u, who will encourage us to thrive ahead even with our geographical barriers to lives and it achievement . i would be glad if you could also suggest few links and capacity building programs to help me.

rosina akourkor teye
dolly foundation
dollylove201060@yahoo.com

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

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