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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»

Rochelle White's picture

2013 VOF Week 3

Poverty is a tremendous barrier that restrains education for young girls. For example, in the U.S., schools are administered funds based on a grading curve and rank. … Read More»

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“Too old to learn? Do women “age-out” of their opportunity for an education?” [2013 VOF Week 3]

My community of women and girls live in a refugee settlement in Uganda, they live there because of the ongoing war in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). … Read More»

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Girls' Education- Barriers and Solutions - 2013 VOF Week 3

In a country like India, where female foeticide is prevalent even today, there are many obstacles in convincing parents that a girl-child needs to be educated. … Read More»

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Woman... Hitch Your Wagon To A Star

I am from a Third World country,but that didn't prove deterrent to setting a goal and aiming high for myself. As the old adage says, "Hitch your wagon to a star". … Read More»

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Zephaniah Free Education: An Interview

Zephaniah is an educator and women's advocate from Gujranwala, Pakistan, and operates a free school for women, girls and children who cannot afford education. … Read More»

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BECAUSE I AM A GIRL - I MUST STUDY By Kamla Bhasin

2013 VOF POETRY BECAUSE I AM A GIRL – I MUST STUDY A father asks his daughter: Study ? Why should you study? I have sons a plenty who can study Girl, why should you study? … Read More»

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I Celebrate Dr. Miria Matembe as a Conqueror

Dear Honourable Dr. Miria R.K. Matembe, … Read More»

Rochelle White's picture

2013 VOF Week 2 The Journey that Lead Me to World Pulse!

My story begins from an angry place. Growing up I was exposed to violence, chaos, abuse, date rape, and drugs. It was a combination of extremes. Love existed, as did neglect and trauma. … Read More»

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Education with support of parents!

My parents could have stayed in Afghanistan instead of leaving it.They left the country because after the demise of the Russian's, it became almost impossible for girls to attend schools. … Read More»

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