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Imagine 6: What is life like in 2020 for the girls and women you helped empower in 2010?

So, in the act 6 part, I was teaching little kids especially the little girls about english. I think the thing that I already teach them will be very useful for them because english is an important subject if we want to be successful. Their value will increase since their knowledge is wider than the one that never had an actual english lesson. This way, they won't be treat as worthless person. All this time, people always think that women must only work at home. They will change the world…

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Posted on March 10, 2013 at 2:35pm

Learn 6- Join WomenWatch. Track women's rights and opportunities worldwide.

This mission require me to find an interesting article and investigate it more. The website is called Women Watch and the article that I chose for this mission is "Violence against Women is not inevitable". 

In that article it says that violence is not inventible, everyone must end it…

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Posted on March 10, 2013 at 2:19pm

Act-6: Help empower one girl or woman with better access to education or economic opportunity.

For this Mission, I need to help one girl to get a better access to education or economic opportunity. I kept thinking how to do this mission until, I remember that I have a friends that started a community and service (CAS) about teaching english to little kids. The CAS is called Riveria. They chose to name this program riveria because the school is located near the river. Here is the photo of evidence when I teach the little kids, especially the little girl about english.…

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Posted on March 10, 2013 at 2:00pm

Act-5: Try out an alternative currency or exchange system for yourself!

This past few days we were learning about alternative currency. Basically, alternative currency means that we can only use the money in a certain place. Before this method was exist, there's a same method as this one called barter. Using this method we can trade others people's goods. For example you want a laptop from Mr. B, and Mr. A want to have 10 of your chicken. After both of you reach an agreement finally you can trade. The only disadvantages to this method is that we need to carry…

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Posted on February 26, 2013 at 12:49am

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