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Hello Classmates


Dear Classmates,

I hope I am not too late. I first want to congratulate everyone for making it this far and to applaud all of you for your inspiring thoughts. You have all strengthened me and given me new perspectives to issues and for that I am grateful. My thanks go the to the administrators as well for gathering all of us on this powerful platform so that we can share our voices.

I am glad to be a part of this classroom with beautiful classmates. My email is and website I look forward to spending the next four months in your midst to be enlightened and be uplifted.




malayapinas's picture

A big warm hello to you!

A big warm hello to you! Congratulation too fo being VOF correspondent and i'm sure we could make women voices heard accross the globe with all our passion and our determination for glonal women empowerment.

Best wishes and more power!

with love,

Maria de Chirikof's picture

Hugs and love

Oh, isn't it exciting! Congratulations on being chosen! You already inspire and do so much that it is thrilling to be here sharing the next phase with you,


mamaAfrica's picture

You are Special

Dear maria

you are special too dear. You have such a uniqueness that inspires and enlightens me Glad you made it through too.

Dear mamaAfrica :)

Congratulations! You made it here and it will be such an honor having you around!
I really believe in you and what you do for people around you!
Having such a personality around is victory already!
May I move my chair closer to yours so I learn more?
With all respect,

Victoria Vorosciuc
Project Coordinator
"Empowering women to participate
in community life"
WorldPulse Media Corresspondent

mamaAfrica's picture

Classmates always teammates

Hi victoria

Wow you have made me laugh with your comment. I was having apicture of a real clasroom in my mind when i posted my contribution and could see 30 beautiful women in class with a teacher standing by the board. the old school kind. well was looking around for a desk mate wondering who will be kind to share space with me so i could learn from her. it is good we all have expectations right!! see you in class we will surely share the best


Maria de Chirikof's picture

lovely website

I went to the Project for Africa website and it is very nice! Congratulations on it. Wow, your necklaces are amazing and so beautiful! Do they mean anything or just art? I am so proud to be your friend and you are such an inspiration!

All my love and good thoughts,


mamaAfrica's picture

Project Africa

Thank you Maria for visiting my " Home". I built the website and now am being helped to have everything looking good. I did not have a skill in web designing but i had a strong urge to have one for my organization. This far when i look at it I am proud. Proud because I have again proved to myself that I can do whatever I put my heart on to do. And I think that that is the spirit we should live with. that We can do all things. becauuse we have power within us.

Some of the necklaces again I make them others are made by women in the project and by my friends who want to support the project as well. They have no special meaning but I know they a gesture of beautiful endings that even when our lives may be in many pieces when all the pieces are put together the ending is beautiful.

all our neckklaces are made from natural raw materials like cow bone, wood, cowrie shell, seeds and earthed beads others are beads are glass and plastics

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