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2010 VOF Week 3

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Change can take place only if we believe in it

Barriers to change vary according to the context change is personified with. Some barriers are resembled as community acceptance. … Read More»

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On The Treadmill

Today I appeared before the same lady in the same office I was in yesterday in the same outfit. … Read More»

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Creating a Change

Access to education most especially for the girl-child is one of many problems women are facing in the world. … Read More»

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VOF Week 3; Where people speak, things rarely go wrong

My work has transformed me into what I call an international citizen. … Read More»

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"You Can't Shake Hands With A Clenched Fist"

Perhaps I've chosen one of the most challenging aspects or “arms” of the social justice movement: Racial Justice. Actually, it chose me. … Read More»

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Helping, creating awareness and chainging community

I believe all disabled people should not be seen as alien and incapable in the society. … Read More»

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Building Social Capital: A Call for Action

Many failed enterprises and organizations will attest that, more than anything else, the inability to raise funds is what spells certain doom, even for the worthiest of causes. … Read More»

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Changing mindsets to change the community!

Change can be created by anybody, young and old – Change is from one state to another, from what was originally done, to a different way of doing things. … Read More»

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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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