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2013 VOF Week 3

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It Takes A Village To Educate A Child

Children with sickle cell disease are often at a disadvantage when it comes to accessing education. … Read More»

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'Reclaiming Spaces'

In Africa, a woman’s worth is determined by the amount of maize she fills in the granary, the quantity of yams she can pound, the number of children she can give birth to, the amount of hours she can … Read More»

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Flow against the current

Flow against the current … Read More»

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Ma communauté a besoin d'aide

Dans ma communauté, les femmes dans l'ancien temps n'avais pas l'accès à beaucoup des choses. La femme ou la jeune fille ne pouvais étudier. … Read More»

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Birth and Death and Things that go bump in the night

Birth and Death and Things that go bump in the night. This is what children need to know, and we adults have mostly forgotten How to live until we die. Sacredness of nature … Read More»

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The World Will Be Her Oyster

By the age of 10, I was still unable to communicate with my father’s side of the family because I didn’t speak English. … Read More»

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Every girl has a right to get education

By Zephaniah Mr Brigham Young said that “You educate a man; you educate a man. You educate a woman; you educate a generation. … Read More»

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The eagle who never flew

Mother once told me the story of an eagle's egg which was placed alongside a chickens' to hatch.the eaglet grew up learning how to be a chicken from what it had observed from its supposed siblings.it … Read More»

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A DIFFERENT FUTURE IS POSSIBLE IN CONGO

Getting my education was a challenge. My father died just before I was born. My mom was illiterate, jobless – a destitute widow with six mouths to feed besides her own. … Read More»

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Each one teach one

Like breathing, we often tend to take certain privileges in life for granted. I was born in a lower middle class family and at a time when owning even a small black & white TV was a big privilege. … Read More»

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