Community Update

Digital Empowerment Toolkit Now Available!

At World Pulse, we recognize the need for ongoing learning—for you and for your community! Our toolkits aim to provide the resources you need to advance your social change work.

We are excited to introduce our Digital Empowerment Trainers’ Toolkit, a dynamic resource to help you bring the benefits of connecting online to women in your community. Check it out today! »

Learning from Experience

PulseWire Testimonial Q+A

*1) What does World Pulse/ PulseWire mean to you?* … Read More»

"Psychological abuses on generations"

Yesterday I visited an informal theater, where an actress was having her monologue sitting on her chair in front of a small audience. The play was forbidden for people under 18. … Read More»

Take your games and go away!!!

Looking through facebook updates I got to find this one post that made me think back again about people's identity and their right to speak out and defend the land that they belong to, their roots and … Read More»

Invitation to a wedding!!!

Dear all, Please don't get scared! I am getting married to this new idea!! Or better to say a group I created on Worldpulse, which I would love to invite you all to be a part of. … Read More»

DRAGOBETE

If you missed to celebrate the St. Valentine's Day, then it is time for you to get to Moldova and get ready for the DRAGOBETE. This is a day that brings love and sun to all men and women. … Read More»

One destiny without destination

Life goes through episodes. The first one is when a child comes into contact with the mother from the conception and until meeting with the real world. … Read More»

Black & White

I painted my nails black and white yesterday. Was it fashion - no... I love doing manicure, but this time it was rather a revelation of my inner thoughts, feelings, dialogue. … Read More»

Memoirs about Kenya: Dance 4 Life

One year ago, on December 2008 my friend from Kenya, a great photo journalist and HIV/AIDS Activist Felix Masi invited me to discover "A Grandmother's Tribe" Documentary. … Read More»

70 years of kerosene

She cried... Instead of tears, she was dropping sparkles! It was the Water Woman protecting the small piece of land and it's natives who are rooted there. … Read More»

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