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Introducing myself and my journal

About Me:
i am in a school called Buea School For The Deaf in Cameroon.I am a student and i am hobbies are singing,dancing,making fun,telling and writting a story.My dream is to be a novelist,musician,dancer and an actressor.

Hello to you all. I am called Alison Naomi Nana Wandja, born on July 1 1999.i am from a family of 3 of which i am the second born of my mother.I have got an elder sister and a younger mother's name is Rev.Nana Comfort Tanyi,she is a pastor in the presbyterian church in cameroon.My father's name is Nana Blaise tcheke,he is a bussiness man.I am a girl and i am the only deaf in my family.


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Hello and welcome

Hello Alison, and welcome to our community! I am sure you'll enjoy being a part of this vibrant network. I am so eager to hear your voice and your story. I am inspired by your dreams to become a creative public presence in the world.

If you need some tips on how to best use our platform, I encourage you to take a look at our Getting Started Guide here:

I would also like to invite you to participate in our current Digital Action Campaign. We are collecting stories and recommendations about ending violence against women, and would love to hear from you. Do women and girls in your area experience violence? How are they working to stop this violence? I would be interested to hear from you. If you would like to see more information about how to participate, visit

Thanks for being with us! I'm excited to connect with you and your friends from the Buea School for the Deaf.

Best wishes,

Scott Beck
World Pulse Online Community Volunteer

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