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Cracking the glass ceiling: education for girls with disabilities

Today is the International Day of the Girl Child. Wanja Maina,A  UN world at school youth ambassador  marks the day with her views on education for girls with disabilities. Every year on the 11th of October the whole world celebrates the International Day of the Girl Child. There has been huge progress towards eradicating the… Read More Cracking the glass ceiling: education for girls with disabilities

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This Man Hassan Harun : A story that deserves to be told does not forgive silence

“Leadership is not about titles, positions, or flowcharts. It is about one life influencing another.” John C. Maxwell Hassan elaborating a point in a conference This man must be very time conscious is the thought that cross my mind. After confirming our interview he is keen to confirm on the morning of the material day “if… Read More This Man Hassan Harun : A story that deserves to be told does not forgive silence

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“The land of a thousand hills” from Kristin’s perspective

Kristin. At the beginning of 2014,I moved from Northern California to Rwanda to work at MaranyundoGirls School  as an English and Computer Teaching Fellow.  The secondary school is ranked as the best in the country and is located in a small town just outside of the capital. Most of the students attend on scholarships provided… Read More “The land of a thousand hills” from Kristin’s perspective

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From Grass to Grace

Tererai speaking…. From humble beginnings in a cattle-herding family in rural Zimbabwe, a country then known as Rhodesia where a colonial system and time-held cultural practices charted the course of her life, as it did generations before her. By the age of 18, she was already a mother to three children without a high school… Read More From Grass to Grace