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WHY I WANT IT

DEAR FRIENDS (open letter) Looking back, I can say my career has always addressed social development, particularly the working and living conditions, labor/human rights and social inclusion. … Read More»

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Chance to better world

I'm blessed to be born in an intermediate family; they know how to raise their children and take care of them. … Read More»

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Why? Why Not! Why Not be the BEST we can be, independently, together :)

Why be a World Pulse correspondent? Let me count the ways…. 1. To Offer my voice, my passion, my abilities for the cause of women’s equity … Read More»

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Offer: Be the Change You Want to See in Your Company (by Gib Bulloch) - video

Gib Bulloch steals a famous quote from Ghandi to prove that it is not only for NGOs to be addressing the world's big issues. … Read More»

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It aint just a Dream, It's my Goal!!!

I have always being an imaginative child. I was rather quiet so I would sit at a corner imagining a different world, more precisely a better world. … Read More»

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Juices of embracing my Challenges!

Experiences has taught me so much in life, I live daily wishing to impact atleast one person positively from all I have learnt. … Read More»

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Offer: Want To Be Taken Seriously? Become a Better Writer (by Dave Kerpen)

"The number of poorly written emails, resumes and blog posts I come across each month is both staggering and saddening. Their grammar is awful. There are dozens of misspellings. … Read More»

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Women, power and control.

Women, power and control. … Read More»

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We can work as a team

I am so sorry about my late posting, i am having issues with my system and the internet, i had to ome to the cyber cafe to complete this piece and this is very risky. … Read More»

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My vision: Inspiring change through women's voices of solutions

Nawal Al-Saadawi, a prominent Egyptian feminist-activist and author, who is well into her 80s and still rocking it, dedicated one of her novels to “male and female wanderers, in search of hope.” That … Read More»

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