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by gahore | March 10, 2009 at 12:48 AM
Young Burundian woman currently living in Geneva
Discussing, reading,music, sport
Welcome to PulseWire! I think you will find this to be a positive experience, especially if you take advantage of the numerous resources available through this online community. The best way to communicate and share your voice is to write in your journal, to read and comment on the journals of the other many incredible women in this forum and to join and participate in groups that interest you. You might also consider posting to ResourceExchange, a global bulletin board designed to offer access to needed resources as well as the ability to provide resources to those in need.
What brought you from Burundi to Geneva? I have to admit that I know little about your country and am eager to hear your experience as a woman from this nation.
I look forward to hearing more of your voice!
Bonjour gahore je ne voi que votre introduction , nous avions be soin de te lire prochainement pour mien partage les histoire du burundi merci votre college en worldpulse
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