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2011 VOF Week 2

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To CHOOSE is to BE

Some of the easiest years of my life were spent during my childhood. … Read More»

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My Article

I was born in village of Pakistan Named Dadu and I got my primary and secondary education in public girl’s School we were about 60 to 65 girls in class room, but from these all girls only me and two o … Read More»

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I Can Do It

I was born in average income family. … Read More»

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Socially active or a housewife

It is 1.11 am. Everyone is asleep... my family, my neighbours, everyone. I choose to be awake and write my personal story, for it is my chance to be heard. … Read More»

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Finding a Place to Share My Passion

It all started when I attended college, a time where I was ready to explore the opportunities that otherwise would have been denied to me. … Read More»

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Girls need Freedom of Expression to Change a Conventional Society

A ten years old girl fell in love with the lake of a college, while she was passing by the lake with her father. … Read More»

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I am not a bystander

The story of my life has many beginnings. It began the day my mother conceived me. It began the day I lost my father. It began the day my mother was thrown out by my father’s family. … Read More»

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The Lord blessed me with an above average family; I would lie if I said I lacked something during my early years. … Read More»

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Power to be the change..

My life can be described as a colorful roller coaster ride. … Read More»

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A journey to bring change with VOF

My journey with World Pulse started on 2009, in my freshman year at Asian University for Women, when my senior Sunita Basnet had mailed me a link and told me, “This might interest you”. … Read More»

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