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Digital Empowerment Toolkit Now Available!

At World Pulse, we recognize the need for ongoing learning—for you and for your community! Our toolkits aim to provide the resources you need to advance your social change work.

We are excited to introduce our Digital Empowerment Trainers’ Toolkit, a dynamic resource to help you bring the benefits of connecting online to women in your community. Check it out today! »

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It's not you. Algebra IS hard.

When I was a child in Baltimore there was one excellent public high school with a Science and Engineering curricula, but it was restricted to boys. … Read More»

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Why are rounded pebbles so common? A quick glance on natural shapes, and their durability.

I'm quite sure you noticed it: on average, rounded pebbles are more common than sharp-edged ones. … Read More»

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A bit of theory on Graphs

Please forgive me! What's about to follow may seem a bit... stomach torching? But mathematics is all about precision and (sometimes) a bit of placing-cards-on-deck-faced-up. … Read More»

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When "holding hands" is just "handshaking", six are sufficient to make a turn around the World

Shaking hands is not, decidedly, holding them and sharing deep feelings and concerns. Yet happens! … Read More»

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Practical idea: why not distance tutoring on maths/physics/sciences?

Before posting this I felt both excited and scared. But after some pondering, I decided to left frightening thoughts away, and try saying. … Read More»

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On the gas attack to schoolgirls in Afghanistan

The recent gas attack targeting schoolgirls in Mahmud Raqi, Afghanistan, is just another "signal", if we want t use such a word. … Read More»

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An interesting physics problem: driving a car polluting the less

"STAY HOME!!!" No question, the man was shouting at me! OK, my driving license was fresh, and the curves tight enough to make my non aggressive driving style even more defensive... … Read More»

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Assessing the problem, in preparation of our first campaign - A call to positive action

How many we are! One person is an isolated monad, but nine begin to be a community! … Read More»

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Femininity, an untapped resource in mathematics, science and engineering

This is a comment on the last phrase you may find yourself in the SAWomEng site, co-founded by Nadiya (one of us). To see the phrase, you may go the site, http://www.sawomeng.org.za/ … Read More»

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Engineering: a field worth girls attention!

Dear gals, wherever. Maybe someone has said you engineering is not a field right for you. … Read More»

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