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Judy Samwel

TanzaniaMwanza, Tanzania

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December 6, 2011

Judith Samwel

About Me: 

Am a lady from Tanzania. Currently am taking my master studies in Contemporary Development of China at Beijing Normal University in China. I took my Bachelor degree in Human Nutrition and Home economics at Sokoine University of Agriculture ( Tanzania).
Am interested and focusing my studies in gender and development, I believe women are the strongest people in this world. I wish one day the prevailing gender inequalities to be over so that all girls especially in the rural who are neglected and dicsriminted by the society can be empowered in terms of building their knowledge and skills,making choice, improving their decision making power and increase their participation and recognition in the development process.
"I feel like its my task to bring change"
I like reading articles and stories about women in different societies, sharing ideas with people about their life experience.
After my master studies, i want to involve myself in research activities and in projects targeting women empowerment.

My Passions: 
To be a strong leader, skillful woman and a role model in the society
My Challenges: 
Being a strong and skillfull woman as a long way to go, i need to study alot and practice alot
My Vision for the Future: 
To be a person dealing social policies and participateful in different activites to support poor women doing research, provide trainings, working in the projects.
My Areas of Expertise: 
Human nutrition, gender issues, Economics and development theories
My Languages: 
English, Swahili, French

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