Gathering hope for an intangible future

Posted Avatar Yamanah Zaidan , Social and Youth activist

Avatar Social and Youth activist
Yamanah Zaidan
Member since August 25, 2016
  • 2 Posts
  • Age 22

A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to attend Jusoor 2016 bootcamp to learn more about entrepreneurship, each day many visitors came to tell us about their own experience, ask questions and share ideas. The most exciting thing happened when I met someone called Bilal, he visited us with two Syrian Refugee children Ahmad and Mohammad. And he told us: these two guys are amazing. Besides their work they want to continue their education, and they are facing lots of difficulti...

The East is a delicate matter

Posted no picture globallycurious , Student

no picture Student
Member since January 18, 2017
  • 1 Post

Many of you may ask, where is Uzbekistan? Is it somewhere in Africa? What’s life like there? Do people have wi-fi or internet access? Is it the same as Pakistan? And I may surprise you with my answers, Uzbekistan is not in Africa, but located in Central Asia and borders with countries like Kazakhstan in the north, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan in the East. And yes, we do have internet connection, as well as alternative energy production, which is becoming very popular nowadays. A...

Torn: Being a Cuban-American in a Time of Strain

Posted Avatar Dayalis Zamora

Avatar Dayalis Zamora
Member since January 5, 2017
  • 1 Post
  • Age 17

When I was three months old, my mother nestled me in her arms and took me on an hour plane ride to the land of the free. I have spent 17 years on American soil, and while I cannot run for president, I consider the United States my homeland, having never been to Cuba and experiencing its poverty firsthand. Surrounded by both Cuban and American cultures in my diverse neighborhood, I listen to the stories of the Castro Revolution of 1959, of the widespread communist sentiments felt...

How peaceful is the world?

Posted no picture Yasmin Youssef

no picture Yasmin Youssef
Member since June 20, 2016
  • 18 Posts

When we think about global conflicts we often only think about international wars. We do not necessarily think about refugee crisis, civil wars, political instability, terrorist attacks, corruption etc... which are however also all types of conflict. A conflict can be defined as the confrontation between two or more parties “aspiring towards incompatible or competitive means or ends." They can affect whole countries or only regions. So in how many countries are there currently...

In 2017, we renew our commitment towards Zimbabwean children and its young people. For us it is a year of progress and promise with new responsibilities to deliver positive results that ensure that a girl child in Bulilima is able to finish her Ordinary level studies free from the fear of being a victim of child marriage. To save more precious lives of children from the widespread of typhoid and also to ensure that a child in Mutare does not have to suffer the same fate as that of...

Who says we are unfaithful?

Posted no picture Tanya Singh , Teen Poet and Blogger

no picture Teen Poet and Blogger
Tanya Singh
Member since June 30, 2016
  • 2 Posts
  • Age 17

Who says we are unfaithful? Apprehensions. We had many. And so was the stranger of nights ridiculed, Someone said, it was not the way to start, And we argued happily on recourse, It became our meek recluse of the hidden dawn, Like the dance of the ill clinking of pans in the bathroom, Where our acrimonious polemic ensued, Blood bath was just an irony of the twilight, And when he shot his acquaintances, the same we did, In our metaphors describing the...

Not so different

Posted no picture Oviya

no picture Oviya
Member since December 26, 2016
  • 1 Post

Amidst screams of ‘mango’ and excessive sniffling due to chalk dust, I decided to sit down. I was volunteering at a local school for underprivileged children. The setting wasn’t conducive to learning. Situated on a narrow street leading uphill. On one side, there was a stream strewn with mounds of garbage. On the other, there were innumerable households tightly crammed together. There was constant commotion on the streets but within the kids quietly wrote in their notebooks a...

Money Management Tips For Students

Posted Avatar Kolapo Imam , Writer and Social Media Strategist

Avatar Writer and Social Media Strategist
Kolapo Imam
Member since May 29, 2016
  • 2 Posts
  • Age 20

As an average college student, you may not have all the money you need to go by. Your main income may be the little pocket money you get from your parents or the little money you make from the part time work you do. The only exception to this scenario is college students whose parents are extremely rich and they form much less than 2% of the total population of students. So it is vital that as a student, you learn to management your money wisely; if not, you will find yourself beco...

That moment of happiness

Posted Avatar Aditya Acharya , Environmentalist

Avatar Environmentalist
Aditya Acharya
Member since January 14, 2017
  • 1 Post
  • Age 23

“Daai, paach rupya dinu na !” [Brother, please give me five rupees.] That little girl came asking for five rupees. I was watching people throwing garbage on the Seti river gorge from the K I Singh bridge, Pokhara. “What will you buy with the money?” I asked. “I will buy noodles.” she answered. “Is five rupees sufficient to buy noodles?” I asked again. She didn’t speak. ……………………………. . “What’s your name?” She answe...

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