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Voices of Our Future 2011

NI NI AYE

BurmaYangon, Burma

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NI NI AYE

About Me: 

Dear World Pulse
I am a teacher from Burma and this is my second time to during three days this week. Last Thursday I tried to join your group and I finished up to this step. However , since this is my first registration online without a supervisor and I couldn't go to next step because of technical problem.I wrote about my problem to you through this website and I was waiting for your reply. Since I haven't seen any reply , I try this second effort and I hope this will not reject my application.
Please let me try for second time before it is too late. As I mentioned above, I am a teacher from Burma and I have teaching English for more than ten years from the beginner from to the higher intermediate level among children and adults.I have working mostly part time jobs and I have also been doing voluntary teaching. When I teach I love encouraging my students doing discussions for finding causes , effects and solutions to let them be aware of several issues. Although I thought II would be a teacher forever, I became a logistician with MSF Switzerland for one year during Nargis emergency project.Because strongly believed that was necessary to participate in such situation. After the project was terminated I went back into my teaching field to continue my life time job, I suppose.
I am very interested in humanitarian activities and international relations . Therefore , I have visited some camps to cheer them up and help them.And I have been attending Diploma in International Relations at Yangon University and I have been aware of several issues through my lessons and I am very keen on finding solutions sooner or later. When I found out about this training program, I felt great to get more ideas for gaining achievements.I will cross my fingers for my application.

I am looking forward to your reply.

Yours Sincerely

NI NI AYE

My Passions: 
Teaching, reading and finding new ideas
My Challenges: 
To astablish a social enterprise for women income grneration
My Vision for the Future: 
Building a happier and farier community
My Areas of Expertise: 
Teaching
My Languages: 
Burmese, English

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