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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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For Social Justice, Unity and National Sovereignty: IWD 2012 Celebrated in Eritrea like Never Before

Where the grand majority of countries around the world acknowledge International Women’s Day in a gesture similar to Mother’s Day, giving small gifts to the women in their lives, this occasion is an o … Read More»

Poem to the Eritrean Mother

When the oppression began, you knew things were going to be bad That there would be pain, suffering and agony, that the journey ahead would be sad But from the beginning you knew what to do … Read More»

Finding meaning in life in the midst of conflict to build a future of peace in the Horn of Africa

Just about all of my close friends had left the country on an evacuation a couple of weeks before 23 May 2000. … Read More»

Not a woman leader but a leader who happens to be a woman: Saba promotes the Horn of Africa’s potential for peace

She doesn’t consider herself a woman leader, a feminist or an activist. … Read More»

Dying to get my innate female wisdom back!

What is my personal vision for my life? … Read More»

Intriguing story of the power of the feminine: A mother's love amongst the rubble

This story could have been circulating around for a long time, but I’ve only come across it recently. … Read More»

The real challenges is using Web 2.0 to bring about change on the ground

The challenges and barriers to creating change in my community are MANY! … Read More»

As an African woman, I'm genuinely heart broken: Kenyan Nobel laureate Maathai dies

I'm genuinely heart broken to hear that Mrs. Maathai has passed away! This amazing woman was the first African woman Nobel Peace Prize laureate. … Read More»

A feminist clears her name using the same Web 2.0 tools that tried to degrade her

I had applied to be a Voice of the Future correspondent a year ago and decided to apply again after experiencing a certain situation during the call for 2011 applicants. … Read More»

Web 2.0: Empowering those who don’t have access to it

I have been an active user of Web 2.0 for quite a while now, and I have to say I’m not entirely convinced by it. … Read More»

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