April 21, 2014 BY Amanda Peet
As a social worker, my Mom dedicated her career to helping other people. After she retired, she volunteered helping immigrant students prepare for their GEDs. Because of her, I’ve always been curious about other countries and cultures, and have tried to find ways to help people in need.
April 18, 2014 BY Neema Namadamu
I was born in a very remote area in the eastern part of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) called the High Plains of Itombwe in South Kivu Province. I was actually the fourth child born to my parents, but the first one who lived. At the age of two, I contracted polio.
April 16, 2014
Even though motherhood is universal, each woman has her own unique story, and these stories offer a wealth of knowledge that should be shared with all women around the world.