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Wake Up Myself

After 4 years, I decided to edit my World Pulse profile and myself.It was like awaking from a long deep sleep. Trust me I have a lot profound experience to share with you all.This would be a bit sounds like a New Year resolutions. First, I decided to let go my pain in my past which used to bounce back to my head. Hard times in the school including victimized times of bullying, and eve teasing, verbal sexual harassment in the streets were flashing in my head for a long time. However, this winter, I decided to keep the period for all and of course forgave because I value peace in my mind than them.Second, as a first step to my dream;supporting women in Sri Lanka whom suffer from rapidly developing Chronic Kidney Disease to change their lives with organic farming.This is focus on freedom from multinational pesticide companies to grow freely and harmony with nature.Like concentration camps there women and their families have been isolated in rural farm areas of the country.WHO reported the all the chemicals in farming needed to be blamed for endemic kidney disease but rapid interventions to ban pesticides or actions to save these people in long term are not visible.
Ill stop here for now and expect more very soon.

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Kim Crane's picture

Welcome back

Munusha, Welcome back! I am looking forward to hearing more about your work. I hope you will write about this project (and post photos!). Pesticide-related health issues is an important global topic that many World Pulse members may unfortunately see in their communities as well. May your writing and your example inspire others!

Kim Crane
World Pulse Content Coordinator

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