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Adolescent Caught between Crossroads: Abortion or Marriage?

Angela Aluka (not her real name) is 18 years old and is in her Secondary school vacation but has just realized she could be five weeks pregnant. … Read More»

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Introducing myself and my journal

I was born in a poor family, struggled with life and I thank God that He has led me through to where I am now. … Read More»

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World Pulse: Representing the Ignored Voices

In this 21st century, we, who called ourselves as the feminists urge that Women aren't the problem but the solution. … Read More»

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Timber Plantations or the Girl Childs Safety

In a province that was once dominated by mines and produced a good percentage of copper to export to various parts of the world, now lies in ruins as it slowly tries to rebuild its economic stability. … Read More»

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Empowering gender equality

“How important it is to recognize and celebrate our heroes and she-roes.” -- Maya Angelou "…gender equality is critical to the development and peace of every nation." -- Kofi Annan … Read More»

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Introducing myself and my journal: AFRICANEWS.COM

About Me: camerounian citizen journalist My Passions: footbal My Challenges: shaping globalisation … Read More»

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Been away a long while...

... but I'm back. I won't even try to bring this site up to speed with all that's happened since I was last year. … Read More»

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Ratna's has a Choice

The odds against a girl in India are immense. Neglect, malnutrition, ill-health, lack of education, a life without assets, an early marriage and motherhood, the list is long. … Read More»

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