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Spotlight:

Climate actions led by girls

Giving voice to the girls, it's almost rare in a country where man alone must decide the future of the nation. This will not prevent us from acting! … Read More»

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Spotlight:

New York City! Some Thoughts About My Hometown On Tour

The last week of the World Pulse Live tour has been filled with many different emotions. … Read More»

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ASSOCIATION DES FEMMES AVEUGLES DU SUD-KIVU.

J’avais rencontré une femme extraordinaire vivant avec handicape répondant au nom de Madame PASCAZI BITA BYANGOYI, malgré son état d'aveugle, elle travaillait forcement pour l’avancement de son œuvre … Read More»

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Introducing myself and my journal

About Me: I just attended a live World Pulse event in New York City and was really inspired by the three great women who spoke. They were all amazing. Thank you! … Read More»

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Introducing myself and my journal: HIV CURE

About Me: simple … Read More»

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Introducing myself and my journal

About Me: I have a penchant for thinking outside the box, the habit of focusing on opportunities rather than problems, and an entrepreneurial spirit. … Read More»

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Ebola: je partage avec vous le propos contenu dans ce journal

Spécial magnésium La lettre de Pierre Lance sur Ebola et le magnésium que nous avons diffusée hier a suscité de nombreuses questions. … Read More»

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World Pulse at #reportwomen Investigative Journalism training in Nigeria

The Wole Soyinka Center for investigative Journalism (WSCIJ) has begun its Report Women! Project in Nigeria. … Read More»

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