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Hymn to an Ordinary Girl

Here is a hymn to an ordinary girl To one that every day you see She may not look good and she may not be blessed But she is a woman who loves the world She makes your every dream come true … Read More»

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VOF POETRY; MY FEMININITY

MY femininity is my dignity, I guide it with jealousy. MY femininity is my special privilege, I don’t take it for granted. MY femininity is my right, It shall not be trampled on. … Read More»

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Wife Inheritance and the Rights of Women to Access, Use, Control and Manage Natural Resources

Upon the death of her husband, the predictable ‘Opo’ (wife inheritance) tradition practiced in some communities in Southwestern Nigeria took centre stage. … Read More»

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Young Women: Learn to Lead! Sign Up For Women in the World Foundation Next Generation Leadership Program

Are you a young woman between the ages of 18-25 with a passion to do great things? Sign up for the Women in the World Foundation's first Leadership Program on July 29! … Read More»

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Radio Show: Debra SeS Self Empowerment Strategies Sundays 7 pm pacific time

Radio Show: Debra SeS Self Empowerment Strategies Sundays 7 pm pacific time Self Empowerment Strategies: changing social and cultural norms click here to listen: http://tobtr.com/s/4630495 … Read More»

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The poem: We are Amazing (By Carnia Adams, aged 12 years old)

I shared my connection to Worldpulse with my daughter and told her about the poem we're to write. I never did write one before. … Read More»

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I have a dream

Science I was young I feel I can express good about my thoughts myself I had paper and pen every time I write and write I watched People how they talk think angry sad happy and I write about that … Read More»

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Homeless, with no savings and six desperate mouths to feed!

I am originally from the highlands of Mulenge in South Kivu Province, DR Congo. A few months before my birth, my father fell sick and two weeks before I came into the world, he died. … Read More»

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My Epiphanies: My Awakening

My journey with women empowerment could be dated back since I was born. In our family, our personal empowerment is as important as respect for elders. … Read More»

Ayunnie's picture

The Turning Point

24TH August 2008 was a turning point in my life. Deciding enough is enough on the menace of burying our family members due to HIV/AIDS. … Read More»

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