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Help make a difference April 9, 2013

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Dear friends
Do you have a story to tell? Perhaps you have been through a life changing situation that you would like to share and in turn help others going through the same issues.
Have you been affected by domestic abuse, physical or mental; rape, political and/or social injustices; Or you would just like to share your story, what has empowered you.

EWEN highlights is a platform for you to voice your thoughts and experiences. You can do so by making a short video telling us your story. You can also send in your blog about what has empowered you.

Videos should be no longer than 3 minutes and blog posts no longer than 500 words. Please send your videos and blogs to president@ewenuk.com

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Empowering Women Empowering nation event November 13, 2011

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October 26, 2011

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Empowering Women Empowering Nations

 

Empowering Women Empowering Nations October 14, 2011

Conference

Friday- November 25 · 6:00pm – 9:30pm

Location- SOAS University London, Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square

SOS Children supporting Empowering Women, Empowering Nation (EWEN) will be holding the EWEN event in 25th November 2011.

This event will cover the theme, “The Role & Significance of Black Women in Changing the History of a Lost Generation” and will be facilitated as a forum undertaken to celebrate the achievements and contributions of black women in peaceful environments throughout the world. As part of London Black History Month, EWEN wants to highlight the achievements and influences black women have had in campaigning for a better world, for peace, justice and equality both nationally and internationally. We also want to raise awareness of the many issues women face today and campaign for gender equality and solidarity for all women in fighting such a cause.

EWEN has invited an array of female speakers and guests who are positive role models and who with their work have endeavored to improve the lives of women and their member nations.

The Speakers attending this event are:

H.I.H Princess Yav Marylin: (Congo Brazzaville)

H.I.H Prince Akilile Makonnen Haile Selassie (Ethiopia)

Mme Bombo Georgette: Chief of Protocol at the Department of Health and AID’s (Ivory Coast)

Mme Diallo Mariam: Deputy director of cooperation at the Ministry for Urban Safety (Ivory Coast)

Mme N’dri Yaman Thérèse: Minister of Health and AIDS (Ivory Coast)

Mme Claudine Munari : Minister of commerce (Congo Brazzaville)

Mme Kabala Anne Marie: Maire de La commune de Mouyondzi (Congo Brazzaville)

Mme Anne Désirée Ouloto: Minister of Urban Safety (Ivory Coast)

Please contact me at ofosuv@yahoo.co.uk or 00447404194046 if you wish to attend this event

 

Support the Orphans in Africa October 10, 2011

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Dear friends

Just imagine the amount of food we waste each day, just imagine the amount of money we waste of wasteful luxury good. That is without considering children in developing country without food, drinking water and basic education. We are consumed with greed and our sense of humanity has faded over the years.  In today’s turbulent economic climate, it is clear we are the one who can create change. Let’s not wait for politician with the hilarious lyrics to persuade us about their positive intention to save the world, as we are very much aware their intention aim to enslave society. This is the time we have to come together to save the dying children. We can continue ignoring the children’s, but the future of this planet will be devastated because of our ignorance and our actions. If you have not notice the children are crying for food but our government are sharing the blood of our children for their personal gains. Look at what we are doing to our future; you may think why I should care. But if you have noticed the world is getting waste by the day. In fact, this is no fault of our leaders as we allow them to miss use our future your personal gains. No one really care to save the children, it is up to us to act for the betterment of the future

 

Please let’s start given to support children and poor families in Africa. Please note we are not asking for large sums of money, please give what ever you feel you can dispose off, believe me you assistance will make a difference in a child’s life.

Please follow the link to donate: http://www.soschildrensvillages.org.uk/donate

 

Who are they? April 19, 2011

“Who are they?” Could it be the State, whose ambition it focused on subjecting its population to torture? Could it be the State, the system whose rationale is to suppress and rule the masses? Perhaps, it is the system drawn and shaped for preserving the financial significance of the elite. “Who are they”? Are they the police, the army, legally responsible providing the apparatus to rule humanity? Are they the individuals, accountable for our legal system, the law makers and the politician? Could it possibly be the politicians who indulge himself in the pleasure of corruption?  Are they the individual subjecting our minds to the word freedom, whiles repressing our souls with polices aimed at restraining our individual freedom? “Who are they”? Are they our leaders, who subject the masses to stress and eradicate our human dignity?  Our leaders, whose greed have led many to the mercy of their brutal and barbaric army, the man and women of the force who overlook the need to protect the population from the extreme ideologies, approved by their commander. Are they the elite, whose army murders and destroy society, in their endeavour to preserve and maintain power? Are they the individuals liable for the murders of the men and women of our armed forces?

“Who are they”? They are those responsible for the tears in a mother’s eye. Those accountable for the hunger and deaths of many children, they are those who preach equality, but on the contrary practice an ideology of divide and rule. Those who encourage the notions of unequal distribution of wealth and alienation, they are the Multi- Nationals, liable for the destructions of our planet. They are the individual who fosters the idea of a utopian society, which, leads to destroy Mother Natures beauty. Are they the NATO, the United Nations, whose manifesto entails protecting the world population? Is it the United Nations, a club of wealthy nations whose aim to regulation the world resource has prompted wars and revolutions? “Who are they”? Could it perchance be the preacher, the churches, the Pope and the educational institutions who have lead the masses into a state of ignorance? They are those who preach peace but practice a policy of hate. Are they the individuals who are blinded by material wealth and live a life of hate, jealously, exploitation and envy? “Who are they”?

 

Life March 19, 2011

With each year, the spirit evolves further beyond the restraints of the flesh; with grace you have become more beautiful than a goddess. The purity of your heart will present you with longer life and blessings. Life today presents you with much strength and on this very day, I wish you rise above you enemies. The stars wish you happiness and the best life has on offer. I hope your deepest dreams and wishes come to pass. Fear not; be proud, life without happiness is not worth living. Today, your wisdom will perceive that contentment lies not in material possession, but in the joy of life, you will shine as your work on earth has just begun.
By
Victor Ofosu