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"maadwen" (My Perspectives)

Introducing the Glittering Gem: Anjana Luitel

Young, proactive, passionate, multi -tasked, visionary are some of the adjectives to describe the 24 year old Anjana Luitel –the unique gem from Nepal. … Read More»

Girls Eductaion =Women Empowerment

My perspective of women empowerment … Read More»

Mentor Love

Dear Journal, … Read More»

Young voices speak: Empower woman!

It is a Saturday afternoon. A typical African and Ghanaian sunny afternoon. Bodies hustle and shove against one other in the busy streets of Accra as voices chorus and clash sometimes. … Read More»


When Naomi saw me that afternoon, she smiled but her eyes betrayed her. Are you okay? I asked my 11 year old friend in a rural community near Accra (the capital city of Ghana) curiously. She nodded. … Read More»

"VOF Week 3: (Opportunities versus challenges!)."

“In every opportunity, there is challenge and in every challenge there is an opportunity”. The first time I read this quote I was wondering what it really meant. Deeply. … Read More»

VOF Week 2: (The Journey to the dreamland)

As a young woman passionate about women’s development issues, my eyes are always widely open to see, my ears ready to listen with rapt attention, my nose to smell issues that concern women and my he … Read More»

our world

Women Is who we are Different places Is where we hail from Different coulours Different Cultures Is what we are made up of Different talents Is what we are endowed with … Read More»

"VOF Week 1 (The Melting Pot).

As I type these words into my journal on line, I am filled with so much excitement that words cannot aptly describe how I feel. Journaling has always been my hobby. … Read More»

My girlfriend on the street .

It was a stormy rainy Monday morning. In fact, it had been raining since the dawn of that morning. It was not easy getting a” Trotro’ to work that morning. It was like the survival of the fittest. … Read More»

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