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The Power of Literacy in Woman

I was taking a stroll around my neighborhood and I saw Amuge (about 40 years old) reading a piece of paper torn from a local newspaper under a mango tree in her compound. … Read More»

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The inevitability of a woman’s voice

I thought I would share with you this informative article about the power of a woman's voice Posted by African Press International on March 17, 2011 By Lesiamito Malino John … Read More»

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We Will Make Things Happen...

A reporter once asked a child from Darfur what he wanted to say to the world if given a chance, and the child answered, "We are here. Please don't forget us." … Read More»

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Offer: Soros Foundation-Moldova is hiring an independent evaluator to conduct the evaluation of the project “Empowering women to participate in community life”

The Equality and Civic Engagement Program of the Soros Foundation-Moldova implemented during 2010-2011 the “Empowering Women to Participate in Community Life” project. … Read More»

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Do Something with What You Have

In my late teenage years (about 1990), I remember Jackson, a dear adult male family friend disclosed to me his HIV status. … Read More»

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Being Woman

When i was a little child, i used to look at my mother and think how great she was pondering over her skills in managing our whole family. … Read More»

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Grateful... Loved... Full... Whole... Empowered

I AM GRATEFUL Today i walk in the light of self LOVE Today i feel every step i take Today i am present in my NOW I feel the breath ... every breath as if it were my very first breath … Read More»

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Why women in Uganda can not 'own Land'

I would like to share with you an article by Mary Ssonko Nabacwa (Working in Gender and Development in the in the Ugandan Context in 2004) that I read from http://www.wougnet.org/documents.html . … Read More»

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Breaking the gender stereotypes in Egypt

“Arabs are Arabs everywhere.” This is what I told myself as I went volunteering in DC with a group of Egyptian Americans a couple of weeks ago. … Read More»

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