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Enobruwaa

United KingdomSunderland, United Kingdom

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May 27, 2009

Enobruwaa

About Me: 

I am a PhD candidate researching "Ghanaian women's constructions and perceived utilities of lifelong learning." I believe that
after my programme I will be able to work with women to raise our profile in governance and enterpreneurship. I also believe in the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and I am convinced that they are attainable. I am also deeply aware that goals will succeed if women and men work in concert at local, national, regional and international levels to share knowledge and other resources towards the achievement of the objectives of the MDGs.

My Passions: 
To see more women in governance, to support women enterpreneurs
My Challenges: 
Need to link up with like-minded women and men
My Vision for the Future: 
To set up a Microbank for the poor and to support mass literacy programmes in Ghana
My Areas of Expertise: 
Research in Gender, Education and HIV/AIDS, Poverty Issues
My Languages: 
English, Asante Twi, Ga

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