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Introducing myself and my journal: Encourage the girl-child Education

About Me:
I am a female graduate of Electrical and Electronic Engineering in Nigeria and aiming at obtaining a masters degree when funds are availabe. I have been opportune to do a voluntary service for 9 months for country and have had opportunity to meet with girls/women in rural Areas, speak with them, encouraging them on the need for basic Education and how Educating a women ends at Educating the country at large. Most of these girls i met have big dreams if only they have the opportunity of going to school.
I am a lovable and willing to learn female and seeing to it that the world around me is better and give as much as i can to see to it.

My Passions:
BE THE BEST IN ALL I DO

My Challenges:
SOMETIMES-FUNDS

My Vision for the Future:
women not marginalized anymore

My Areas of Expertise:
Engineering

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Nakinti's picture

Welcome Globomon

Hello Dear,
Welcome to World Pulse. You have just joined an amazing platform of women who use the power of the word to inspire change. At world pulse, sisterhood is the strongest asset that binds everybody together.
I encourage you to take advantage of the numerous resources and features available through our vibrant online community. We look forward to your active participation here.
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Nakinti B. Nofuru
2013 VOF Correspondent
Reporter for Global Press Institute
Bamenda - Cameroon
Email: nakinti@globalpressinstitute.org
nakintin@yahoo.com

Globomon's picture

Thanks

I appreciate, i would love to hear more from you and get inspiring ideas.
Thanks

There is a saying, Educate the girl child and Educate the nation, It has be seen in recent and time past how much of contribution women who are Educated give in building any Nations Economy. In petroleum sector in Nigeria , a woman is doing great; Alice Madueke, In financial sector in Nigeria headed by a woman an impact is felt. Women whenever given an opportunity go a long way to show case their hidden potential, they always look for how best a thing can be if it where given to a man to do and also add their own ideas. Naturally it can be seen that a woman is made to think in divers ways, she sees thing her male counterpart would not, a woman would always want to carry everybody along since as a mother she does same in her home, she hopes, believes and hardly gives up on anything with the same strength she also carry out other developing issues.
In academics, women are always know to give in their best, in terms of research a women would be the best time manager and can think broadly and know what to do at every point in time. Women like beautiful things as it can be seen in the fashion world, in that same sense she would want to develop her environment if given the opportunity or have the means to do that. Women always give in their last to educate their children and would use that same spirit to educate the nation and ensure skills that would help in the advancement of the nation"s economy.

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