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Title: Young women's voices, issue 1, September 2010
Other Titles: Theme : ... taking control of your life ...
Authors: Waichigo, Grace Wanjiru
Keywords: YOUNG WOMEN
SOUTHERN AFRICA
VOICE
WOMEN'S ADVANCEMENT
GENDER
WOMEN'S STATUS
ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Date: 2010
Publisher: Community Information for Empowerment and Transparency (CIET)
Abstract: Taking control in your life is the theme of this first issue of Young Women's Voices. People who manage to take control over at least some part of their lives are able to make more informed decisions and feel more self-confident. Taking control is an important first step towards becoming a successful woman. Of course, it's not an easy journey.
Description: Young Women's Voices is a bulletin that tells the stories of young women in Southern Africa, working hard to change their lives. It aims to connect groups of young women scattered across Botswana, Namibia, and Swaziland, helping them to share their experiences, learn from one another, and record a page of “her-story”. While other people might be interested to read about this ground-breaking work, Young Women's Voices is first and foremost for You, the young women working hard in their communities.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/48412
Project Number: 105053
Project Title: AIDS Prevention for the Underserved Majority : the Choice Disabled (Southern Africa)
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