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2010 VOF Module 2

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Speak Out: Child Rape a public concern

What! When did this happen? The stainless cup in my hand dropped as I screamed. He broke the news with mixed feeling; he knew it would make news of real concern for me. … Read More»

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Acid Attack: An attempt to stop female education.

In a distance of only one km from my home to school in Kabul, it was sometimes so hard for me as if, instead of going to school, I was walking on a ground full of thorns. … Read More»

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I am pressed but not crushed by this pain that is ceaselessly ailing my heart. The road seems to be rough, but I believe it means to strengthen me, not kill me. … Read More»

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Healing Ourselves... a journey of recovery.

In Zimbabwe this year the rains are good and the earth squelches underfoot. … Read More»

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Homeless in our own homeland

“How many times have you heard it said that it is not time to talk about women? They heard it in Cambodia, I am sure. So have they in Timor Leste, Sri Lanka, Papua New Guinea. … Read More»

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Going to school was tough at that time due to the cold temperatures. Snowy in the winter season, there were hardly very hot temperatures even in the summer. … Read More»

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Abortion: Beyond personal choices

It was a regular weekday, that Wednesday in March, 2009. I came back from university at noon and I was having lunch with my brothers while watching the local news on TV. … Read More»

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Death in three letters

S-E-X. Three simple innocent letters of the alphabet. … Read More»

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Different but yet similar

I clearly remembered the day I was given a copy of an act to amend the new penal code of Liberia, Chapter 14 section 14.70, an amendment intended to provide for gang rape. … Read More»

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Tears of Vulnerability

It was one of those days. I was working with MSF Switzerland (Doctors Without Borders) in 2008 for the Nargis cyclone emergency project in Phya Pon, Myanmar in the delta. … Read More»

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