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Introducing myself and my journal

About Me:
I am Chris Anyanwu , a graduate of Abia State University, from the department of Biochemistry 2006. I started my career as a research assistant with the Society for Family Health, Abuja Nigeria, 2008. Which has special interest in HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment, Malaria prevention, control and treatment, and family planning. During the compulsory one year national youth service. In 2009 I was offered consultancy with the same organization in researc, monitoring and evaluation divission .

My Passions:
Equal rights and justice to all

My Challenges:
The plate form or the opportunity to conduct educative and informative programs that will create awarness for equal opportunities

My Vision for the Future:
To be one of the globle leaders

My Areas of Expertise:
Research, monitoring and evaluation


Cali gal Michelle's picture

Welcome to you!

Hi Chris-
Welcome to World Pulse, and so glad you are here! You will find so many here who share your passion and vision to help those with HIV/AIDS, malaria, and all forms of health and wellness for girls and women. Any programs you are a part of or working on, we would love to hear about. Any information you have to share or that could help other girls and women, you could post on the 'resources' or 'sharing solutions' pages under the Pulsewire tab.

You may want to explore the WP site to see all the exciting things going on and ways to take action. I have found the quickest way to enter into this community is to click on the "Voices Rising" link, which is under the "PulseWire" tab near the top of the screen. From there you can easily access and read journal entries, and perhaps make a comment in reply. In order to add people to your community, click on the person's name. You will be taken to their profile, and can click on the 'add to my community' link under their photo.

Be sure to check out this link for many other ways to be involved with WP:

Another helpful link:

Looking forward to seeing you around the Pulse!

Let us Hope together-
aka: Cali gal


MaNnenna's picture

hello Chric

Welcome to the world pulse, am so glad to meet you.

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!


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