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otahelp's picture

My Community - Barrier & Fear of Girls to Accessing education

My grandfather was exposed to education in his days as a village head and village judge. … Read More»

flaviakyomukama's picture

Feedback on Life skills and importance in changing attitudes

I happen to be a small red cross society in my household. my household is never without a vulnerable girl, or woman that i support. … Read More»

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2013 VOF Week 3: Education

Our grandmothers would go to school to learn to read and write. Only those whose parents had lots of money could attend college. But i think in my country we have been very fortunate in that regard. … Read More»

Somaye Dehban's picture

shifting the discrimination to the other side is not the solution...

My personal story regarding education is unusual yet has many common faces: I had access to education at all different levels as a very young woman. … Read More»

Felevyn's picture

2013 VOF Week 3 Break the Cycle: More Access to Girls Education

What happens when a young girl age 12 is forced into marriage? Her right to education is ceased. This is the case of my 62year old mother who was force into marriage by her own father. … Read More»

Say Lugares's picture

It's The Only Treasure

Our lives would have never been easier without the efforts and sacrifices my mom had done to take her life out of poverty. … Read More»

PrincessZar's picture

Experience, my teacher!

I consider myself privileged to be South African yet at times I often find myself dancing between loving and hating my new Government. … Read More»

jdsilas's picture

EDUCATION IS MY ASSET

I believe whatever change we hope to achieve in the world and in our immediate community has to come first with change in the home front. … Read More»

Precious M's picture

Why am I not in school too?

Pijinu was born and spent her early years in a village called Bambalang in the North Western region of Cameroon. … Read More»

ola.mahadi's picture

Your Old book is my New book in Sudan because we believe we can be the change

Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail* … Read More»

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