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2013 VOF Week 3

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From the ashes the fire shall be woken

I am very fortunate to have parents, for whom I am not a liability, a burden, but their heartbeat, with equal opportunities as my brother. … Read More»

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2013 VOF Week 3 assignment - Life Skills education a Necessary and un avoidable Component for Girls Education

I was born in a hilly community In south western Uganda. The community a very cold place at the time, barefoot we would walk on our toes because the stones would sting our feet as we went to school. … Read More»

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Apprentice

My mother was married off to my father when she was a sixteen-year-old girl before she finished high school. … Read More»

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teenage pregnancy!

When i saw the description for this week's assignment my mind wondered in different directions.In Nigeria there are so many issues that affect young girls from accessing education.The greatest challen … Read More»

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LITERACY IS GIRL POWER-from a CAMEROONIAN WOMAN PERSPECTIVE

Education and training of women was recognised as a Human Right in the Beijing Platform of Action. … Read More»

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Empower Girls and Later They Empower Each Other

I have spent my school days in one of the districts in Afghanistan where the passion for learning knowledge soars up among its people day by day. … Read More»

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Homage to Handmade - Reflections on Alternative Education for Girls

In a tiny room in Soweto, a circle of teen girls with nimble fingers entwines yarns. Being here inspires self-revelation, a defining of who they truly are. … Read More»

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Home Schooling Can rescue girls in My Country

We have a saying, “women are half the community”. What does it mean? Is it applicable? … Read More»

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LITERACY IS GIRL POWER-from a CAMEROONIAN WOMAN PERSPECTIVE

Education and training of women was recognised as a Human Right in the Beijing Platform of Action. … Read More»

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Challenges to Girls' Education!

Access to education was non-existent back in the early 90s in Somalia. Few years later, people who flee from the civil war, realized that going back to Mogadishu is a distant dream. … Read More»

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