Education

International Day of Education 2023

This year’s International Day of Education is dedicated to girls and women in Afghanistan who have been deprived of their right to education by UNESCO. Here is a short fiction on my blog to depict the situation in Afghanistan. Afsoon writhed in pain as her mother massaged her forehead. “Lie still”, mother said. “It’ll be […]

Men Picking Up The Gauntlet 10!!! – Allen Abu

It is International Men’s Day today and to celebrate, I would love to feature one amazing man who is doing great things in this part of the world. His name is Allen Abu, the lead Volunteer at the One Boy Project. He is also a brand and communication manager, an entrepreneur, and a 2022, Carrington […]

Making Workplaces Breastfeeding Friendly for Nursing Mothers in the Workforce

More women are being recruited into the workforce. This is a wonderful development. But it is not enough to give someone a job, it is required that an employer provides a comfortable working environment for their employees. Over the years, working conditions are usually more difficult for women as their unique features are not considered. […]

International Day of the Girl Child 2022 – TikTok Competition!

Roseline presents TikTok Competition to mark International Day of the Girl Child. Theme: Our time is now – our rights, our future. Join the challenge to Break Gender Stereotypes in Our World Today!How to join:• Record or make a video with a duration between 1 to 3 minutes.Kindly create a content on how to get […]

Gendered Behaviour Towards Parents in Schools

In some parts of the world, I have heard that schools ask you to pick who should be called in case of emergency. But even when parents choose fathers, the schools will call mothers by default. This shows that these institutions herald inequality when they shouldn’t.

Building a Track Record

Granted, bigger funding makes advocacy a lot easier and gives you a wider sphere of influence. And every advocate’s dream is to reach the ends of the world with their message of equality, equity, and fairness. But managing your expectations, making sacrifices, and staying consistent with the cause are key ingredients to a successful life of advocacy. This is the main part of advocacy that the world doesn’t see – the process, the dry spell, the long wait. It is something to be aware of and maximize. If you are in that season currently, don’t just wait it out: work it out, build a track record, and all the good things and impact you dream of will come.

It is my 4 Year Blog Anniversary

You can be consistent by deciding what you want to do and staying true to it. It could be a project, a course, or a goal you would like to meet. Like we always say, “choosing” is the easy part. The first few weeks you start, it seems pretty easy because you are excited to try something new. But you must decide that after the butterflies fly away, you will still do what you have chosen to do. There are times you will fall but don’t stay there. Get back up and keep going. 

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