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Introducing myself and my journal: Liberia Women Echo

About Me:
My name is Mrs.Princess Koffa, I have two little daughters, I have first degree in Business Management, and a higher diploma in Photo Journalism. I am 33 years old. I am the country coordinator of Worldpulse-Liberia[ Worldpulse-Liberia is just a branch of big worldpulse on grassrrot level for Liberian women]. I will contribute immensly and showcase the plight and sucesses of Liberian women. And will need greatly your support.

My Passions:
to have women thrive and become independent

My Challenges:
to have my storie and picture appear frquently

My Vision for the Future:
Total Liberation for all women in Africa

My Areas of Expertise:
Women empowerment, Business and Photo Journalism

Comments

Corine Milano's picture

Welcome, Princess K!

Welcome, Princess K!

William's picture

Girls and Women in Liberia

Hi Princess,

Last year at this time, I was just returning from Liberia, after a four week mission trip. I am a member of the United Methodist Church. We spent most of our time at Camphor Mission School, with side trips to Buchanan. I fell in love not only with the childen, but the adults as well. I am working with UM Missionary Frido Kinkolenge in his programs in Buchansn. He has several programs to help street children and excombatants.

I'd like to correspond, so I can keep up with what is happening with Liberia as a country. My Pulsewire account is under William Cleek, Girls in Liberia. Pleae visit my blog.
peace and hope,
Brother William

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