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Personal Story That Led Me to Build Non-governmental Organization, Support Women And Children In Nigeria (SWACIN)

My name is Hideko N, a Japanese origin. I stayed in Nigeria, Akwa Ibom state from 2009 to 2012 for four years. … Read More»

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Count Me In!

“When a woman rises up in her glory, her energy is magnetic and her sense of possibility contagious.” -Marianne Williamson … Read More»

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It disgusts me..

Yes I’ll admit it. I fight for women’s rights, empowerment and protection. … Read More»

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Advocacy and Campaigning Training 2013

13th April 2013 … Read More»

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Podium of Strength

Web 2.0 sparked in me several years ago the passion to know and express thoughts that made me who know that I have a right to live, and no one can live my life for me except me. … Read More»

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2013 VOF Week 1

Web 2.0 is a powerful tool for connecting women to resources and raising social awareness and responsibility to societal global issues. … Read More»

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Rose Moranos-Bantilan: Crafting weaves of mats and women

MALAPATAN, SARANGANI -- Among the B’laan in Southern Mindanao, a hand-woven mat spread on the ground or the floor marks sacred space. … Read More»

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The Model Woman: Even in Death, My mum Remains a Model Woman

As a girl and a daughter she is a descendant of a particular family lineage within which she grows up; and receives close tutelage. … Read More»

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Being a Son to Transnational Parents: Self-reflection of Gender Concepts in Life

Gender is something that society assigns its members according to their sexes. It confirms our sex from outer appearance and in some cases sexuality. … Read More»

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