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2011 VOF Week 3

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The real challenges is using Web 2.0 to bring about change on the ground

The challenges and barriers to creating change in my community are MANY! … Read More»

wairimu's picture

When Families gangs up, things begin to happen

The birth of any idea comes with pangs of logistical and financial challenges; like a journalist working out the 5Ws &H for his article so is the challenge of implementing a project idea. … Read More»

sana arzak's picture

Stereotypes must be broken

Women in Balochistan are deprived of socio-economic rights; they don’t have a clue of their rights inherited by being a woman. … Read More»

Queenette's picture

A Whole New World

There are several challenges and barriers in creating change in my community in Nigeria where I grew up. Rights of the girl child are trampled upon in Delta state. … Read More»

Irum Haroon's picture


Simply being a woman in many parts of the world is a challenge. For me the biggest has been lack of proximity to the source of the problems and people I care about. … Read More»

Jyoti Rahaman's picture

Unity is the Root of Courage and Courage is the Root of Success

“If you consider your wife’s choices, you will lose the peace and happiness of you family. Always keep control over them so that they never get the chance to speak up.” – Advice to a husband … Read More»

mamalaw's picture


In my journey to my current state of being; to my new me, I have found that many people speak of change and what they would, could, can do to bring about the change they need to make some improvement … Read More»

NEWCourse_Colleen's picture

Awareness, Empathy and establishing the Direct Connection

Creating change in the communities in which we have ongoing projects requires funding, and funding is our current and ongoing challenge. … Read More»

Zettermark's picture

A really important silly feminist

Last week I got many surprised comments about the discriminating laws in Sweden -- and by all right. Sweden is, in many ways, a progressive country. … Read More»

lymalin's picture

Don't Let Women Down

Culture is barrier for me during my mission. I have not been allowed to observe the National Assembly’s plenary session if I do not dress long skirt as Khmer traditional skirt. … Read More»

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