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| Afghanistan -- please don't forget (0) in <Ned> Front PorchLast week, I returned from Afghanistan after a six-month stint on a UNDP contract supporting an initiative of the Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development. I was a "Communications Advisor", and spent my time helping with various communication...Updated last year, Tagged by: Mark Grimes, Jayne Cravens|
Mother's Feast (0) in <Ned> Front PorchHere is an idea that has been burbling along for a while with me. I wanted to share it with you all to see what you think, and to play with it a bit.
The crazy big idea is to begin a worldwide feast in celebration of motherhood.
The more modest fo...Updated 5 years ago, Tagged by: Meron Moroz, Mark Grimes
Mass systematic rape in Congo (0) in <Ned> Front PorchPlease take a few minutes to read this article from last Sunday's NY Times. It is difficult to swallow, but powerful in spreading the word. Ongoing, there is mass rape against women of all ages in Congo. People aren't really sure why, but a group cal...Updated 5 years ago, Tagged by: Jayne Cravens
Comment (0) on Afghanistan -- please don't forget (0) in <Ned> Front PorchStatement by the Afghan Women’s Network
Women’s Political Participation Committee
October 07, 2007
Afghan Women are concerned on deteriorating security situation in Afghanistan and loss of innocent citizen in suicide bombing.
We women express o...Updated 5 years ago, Tagged by: Jayne Cravens
Comment (0) on Afghanistan -- please don't forget (0) in <Ned> Front Porch"It is better for my children to be alive even if it means they must be illiterate."
Education in Afghanistan: A harrowing choice
By Barry Bearak in the International Herald Tribune
Published: July 9, 2007
(ME: this article does a GREAT job of showi...Updated 5 years ago, Tagged by: Jayne Cravens
New On-line website to promote global artisans and more..... (0) in <Ned> Front PorchWhat does 10,000 villages; Kiva, orphanages.org, Fashion Institute of Technology, globalgirlfriend.com, and fairtradefederation have in common? They have a piece of a puzzle for a new vision that will incorporate the best of these sites. Here is th...Updated 5 years ago, Tagged by: susan milner
Comment (0) on Afghanistan -- please don't forget (0) in <Ned> Front PorchBy law, women ARE allowed to run their own businesses in Afghanistan, but by tradition, most are NOT. Even in Kabul, many women aren't even allowed to go into a shop without their husband or a "mahram" (male relative).
There was a story on the IPS ...Updated 5 years ago, Tagged by: Jayne Cravens
Comment (0) on Afghanistan -- please don't forget (0) in <Ned> Front PorchAre the women able to run their own businesses? What is their Internet connectivity situation like? Welcome back to Germany BTW, and welcome to the site...it's great to have you here.Updated 5 years ago, Tagged by: Jayne Cravens
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