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2011 VOF Week 3

Kelly Hayes-Raitt's picture

Does WorldPulse Want to Steal My Work? Your Thoughts….?

I was so excited to learn about WorldPulse through its Voices of Our Future competition, and even more excited once I joined and experienced the supportive community! … Read More»

Stash's picture

Light at the end of a tunnel - my late submission

Change in my country is a word that has started to be associated with negative connotations. … Read More»

Laura Liu's picture

Equal employment? Still challenges to overcome in China

China is not a place short of changes. This country is going through such tremendous transformation that almost everyday,everyone living in this nation is trying hard to cope with. … Read More»

Derinho's picture

Activating Change

Part of the things I want to see changed in my community include access to education for all, improved healthcare, better credit facilities for women entrepreneurs and a good low-cost housing scheme. … Read More»

Laura B's picture

Reproductive health

•What are your challenges and barriers to creating change in your community? … Read More»

Cali gal Michelle's picture

See and Be Seen

(My apologies for being over 500 words) “Who are the people in your neighborhood….the people that you meet, the people that you greet each day?” 1 … Read More»

Sahro's picture

The answer to war is not war. It is love.

As you all know, Somalia and Somalis have suffered a lot. In the past 25 years, there has been a lot of death and destruction and there is still a lot of death and destruction ongoing. … Read More»

mlaphimon's picture

Change is in the hands of yours!

My continuous involvement in health and development related field, focusing on sexual and reproductive rights promotion is influenced by the quote, “Be the change you want to see in the world” by Maha … Read More»

fr3y's picture

Sexual rights ???

I am now working on sexual and reproductive health issue organization. We are working on the fulfillment of sexual rights which we believed integral part of human rights. … Read More»

dnayyar's picture

Shifting Sands: from silence to speech

“Why should I marry my Mamu’s son (Maternal Uncle)? Isn’t he my brother? Won’t that create problems for my children’s health?” says Salma in a hamlet. There is no road to take you there. … Read More»

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