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Introducing myself and my journal: solomon star

About Me:
I am Diane Ma'ahoro I was born in 27/3/1982
In 1984 I was paralyzed with my left side with meningitis on my body in 1985 my mum took me to National Reffera Hospital with that same dese4ase.
at that time I was admitted in the hospital with some problem for 3 months.
My mum resided to put me in the school where they called Handicap school in 1991-1994.

My Passions:
I want women with disability know they right.

My Challenges:
No transpoty for the people with disability.

My Vision for the Future:
My vision is to have regol right in my country

My Areas of Expertise:
Speaking during the workshop


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Hello Diane! Welcome to the World Pulse community. We were born only a few months apart... my birthday is coming up on the 22nd of this month.

I am so glad that you've joined us here. Were you in the WILD training program this summer with Neema? She said that she met some incredible women down there! I would love to hear about your experience there, and to know what you are working on now that you are back in the Solomon Islands.

If you would like some helpful advice for making the most of the community, please see our Getting Started Guide here: or our Frequently Asked Questions here: Or, you can always just send me a message!

Once again, a big warm Welcome! I look forward to connecting with you again soon.

Kind regards,

Scott Beck
World Pulse Online Community Volunteer

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