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VOF Week 4: Our Voices Matter

I hope to live my life in a way that is: 1) true to my divine existence, 2) consistent with what my ancestors wished, fought and died for, 3) in harmony with Mother Nature, 4) sustainable, 5) full of … Read More»

champika's picture

"VOF Week 4: (It's Me and My, but for you..)."

I have seen the reality of the society while seeing the situation of it. I want to find a way to ignore the misery of women lives and give a comfortable life for them. … Read More»

Leila's picture

VOF Week 4: ( A BETTER FUTURE)

I always have theb passion to help out girls and children in my community.This has been very challenging for me because i am young,But i will not give up because i know that the chances will keep on b … Read More»

katea's picture

Please Heed The Big Read: Education is one of the solutions

What is the Big Read? 774 million adults can not read this, and 75 million children who are not in school will be denied the chance to learn to read and write. … Read More»

champika's picture

"VOF Week 3: (Lerning from challenges)."

I do not have much knowledge about blogging, but I wanted to use it to express my words to the world. … Read More»

Catherine King's picture

Explore the Women, Power and Politics Exhibition

The International Museum of Women announces the completion of its latest global online exhibition Women, Power and Politics at http://www.imow.org/wpp. … Read More»

Leila's picture

VOF Week 2:(NOW GIRLS HAVE THE RIGHT TO SPEAK)!

I once was seeing a lot of girls facing problems in Kenya.But i could not do anything as there was nobody to be told about things that were happening.But since my mum introduced me to PulseWire i've f … Read More»

Farhat's picture

“VOF Week 2: Small is Huge”

As a developing country there are many problems with education, poverty, and standards of life in Bangladesh. … Read More»

champika's picture

What will be the future of women under this situation?

Today the world is developing and world is becoming a global village. While walking on this way, suddenly I was struck hearing a sound which was unusual and heart hurting. … Read More»

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