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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! »

Voices Rising

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Introducing myself and my journal

My Passions: Empowering Women to live their passion My Areas of Expertise: Intuitive Guidance using Sound and Energy Medicine … Read More»

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Accelerating Reductions in Child Mortality: Millennium Development Goal 4

Over the years as I worked abroad with the United Nations, I have had to endure the horrors of infant deaths in countries around the globe that I have been working in. … Read More»

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Hidden strength, Helping the voiceless

I had the vision, dream and passion way before I joined PulseWire,help the helpless raise their silent voices "voice for the voiceless," transforming "nobodies to somebodies". … Read More»

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Cyber voyeurism: The bane of our time!

Technology has done it again! Normalized voyeurism and dignified it with sophisticated terms like “social networking!” … Read More»

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Citizen Protests, Government Repression Mount in Haiti

“I came to protest so we can find a solution. Misery is killing me,” said Mascarie Sainte-Anne, 70, at the edge of a rally in front of Prime Minister Jean-Max Bellerive’s office on October 12. … Read More»

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Initiative aims to supply millions of mobiles to women

A woman living in sub-Saharan Africa is 23% less likely than a man to own a mobile phone, according to research. … Read More»

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The Roots of Empathy

In the next couple of weeks, our youngest daughter is going to begin teaching at the local public school where our other children are in Junior Kindergarten and grade two. … Read More»

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DOWN to UP

1. While telling a story, I have to be careful the story goes in sequences. 2. I should not be afraid to adapt and contextualize the stories into local situations and cultures. … Read More»

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My tune My space My online Commuity

People say that you born in a country and you love it by nature me had a different thought about that I was taking it as a granted being a Sudanese and leaving in peace although my country went throug … Read More»

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A mark on

Kashmir "The Lost Heaven" … Read More»

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