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Act 6 Empowering Women

I am joining a community and service group called teddy baby. A group called teddy baby helps a certain area of village in BSD. There are eight Millennium Development Goals, but one of our millennium goal is empowering women. We all have a different rolls, like example; Going to village every Thursday, Selling the teddy bears whenever our school has a events, making other thing than a teddy bear. I am doing two jobs in this group, I go to the village every Thursday and sell the teddy…

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Posted on March 17, 2013 at 2:41pm

Learn 6 Empowering Woman

A 13-year old Ugandan girl fights for children's rights

It is about a girl called Hakima, she is from Uganda. She has volunteered in child rights organization Plan International. She is leading child rights initiatives in her school and her community. This year she joined the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women they are focusing to stop violence against women and girls. She went to New York for this event to learn more things that effects women's and girls.

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Posted on March 17, 2013 at 2:28pm

What breakthrough solution will change the future of money forever?

Money are used all around the world. There are a lots of disadvantages of money. First, as time flies the value of the money will be decreased, because the cost of the things that we buy will be increasing. Second, its a waste of paper, and people around the world or country will be touching the money. There will be full of bad germs. Third, long time ago people exchanged something that they want with something that they have, this is called trade. Even the poor people could get what they…

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Posted on February 14, 2013 at 3:53pm

Who else is inventing creative, sustainable ways to power our everyday lives?

I have read a person about Terry Kenney, this person has no appreciable background in science or technology. Even though he had no appreciable background in science or technology he have created a sustainable energy resource. The sustainable energy resource is called the "Hydraulic Road Plates". This machine could make energy by getting compressed.

How does It work?

Whenever the trucks goes across the plates in a low speed, the plates gets pressed and the hydraulic fluid will be…

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Posted on February 9, 2013 at 12:06pm

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