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The end is near..

I'm saddened as I write this, but I think about all the good that has come from this amazing program thus far. … Read More»

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Seeds of Change: Shifting National Agricultural Policies

“The only way we’re going to… change the most basic attitude of policy-makers… is for you and me to become the policy-makers, taking charge of every aspect of our food system – from farm to fork,” sai … Read More»

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Need: NEED - Grants for designed program

My organisation - Our Lady of Perpetual Help Initiative is into Human Right /Women right education, monitoring of the violations and violence against women and women empowerment. … Read More»

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Women Education: A Key to a Better Society

I am so passionate about women’s education because I have seen as well as experienced how important it is for women to be educated. The word “women education” reminds me of my mother’s dream. … Read More»

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A Beautiful Gift Called Education

It is 4.30 in the morning. Dimple,11, gets up to clean her house,situated in a village just outside Delhi. … Read More»

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What we can learn from Oprah Winfrey’s all time favourite guest: Tererai Trent!

"She symbolizes everything I believe The Oprah Show stands for," said Oprah when asked why Tererai Trent, was her all time favourite guest. … Read More»

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My lovely hair... (And our Education system)

Once upon a time there was a little girl with lovely hair but one day a brutal monster came and torn out chunk of her hair. … Read More»

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Education for women and girls a duty for all

Education for women and girls of all duty. … Read More»

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Culture, a barrier to Girls' access to Education.

I grew up in a community where a girl child is looked at as a source of wealth, a girl as young as 12years old is given out to a boy or man three times her age for marriage as long as they can pay dow … Read More»

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Poked her private parts as a way of punishment

Many times i ask myself what runs through the minds of many people. We can never tell what some one is capable of until they surprise you with the worst. … Read More»

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