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Future changes

I just want to begin by claiming that even though there are lots of post war issues and problems in Afghanistan, the main and root basis of all problems is illiteracy. … Read More»

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How To Jumpstart A Student's Love For Reading (A step-by-step guide)

The classroom is sometimes an area of frustration. … Read More»

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The Philippines and Reproductive Health

The Philippines is a country of contradictions. It is highly westernized and yet stuck in an old rot of poverty and old traditions. … Read More»

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Zafar, Fatima's Assignment Week 3 Bol ke Lab Azaad Hain Tere (Speak Out)

I was thinking, that how we can change Pakistan in a positive way. What can we do for making Pakistan a safe homeland where equality can rule and injustice can be eradicated? … Read More»

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Real solutions to climate change need to happen, NOW!

I'm not going to lie. It is hard. Overcoming fear of change is a tremendous endeavour. And, the biggest barrier is time. The lack of it, that is. … Read More»

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Change: Not that slow after all!

Ten years ago, when a network of social workers and human right activists started advocacy work in Multan District, (Pakistan) it seemed impossible … Read More»

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POVERTY AND IGNORANCE.MAIN BARRIERS.

POVERTY AND IGNORANCE ARE THE MAIN BARRIERS TO CHANGE IN MY COMMUNITY.LACK OF BASIC AMENITIES IS A BIG ISSUE.AMENITIES LIKE HEALTH CENTERS ,ELECTRICITY GOOD AND BEFITTING ACCOMMODATION,GOOD ROAD ,E.T. … Read More»

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“Whatever women do they must do twice as well as men to be thought half as good. Luckily, this is not difficult.”

More than 80 years after winning the right to vote and being declared 'persons' in 1929, women in Canada are often treated as second-class citizens. … Read More»

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