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Charity Water Promotes September 2012 Campaign to Commemorate Its Sixth Year Anniversary

Charity Water Promotes September 2012 Campaign to Commemorate Its Sixth Year Anniversary

| August 22, 2012 | 0 Comments

This September, Charity Water is celebrating its birthday by celebrating charity. And they’re doing so by making a big impact in Rwanda. The Rwandan people, who have overcome the darkest time in their history, and together, rebuilt their nation have partnered with Charity Water to provide clean water to everyone. Their goal is to raise […]

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2012 Afrikan Goddess Awards Keynote Speech

2012 Afrikan Goddess Awards Keynote Speech

| June 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

Good evening.  I want to thank the Founder of Afrikan Goddess for inviting me to speak to you tonight at such a significant occasion.  I am humbly honored to be your guest speaker tonight, honoring African women. When I was asked to speak tonight, I wanted to find out more about Afrikan Goddess and what […]

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2012 Afrikan Goddess Awards in Pictures

2012 Afrikan Goddess Awards in Pictures

| June 12, 2012 | 1 Comment

“A Night in Honor of Betty Makoni Founder and CEO of the Girl Child Network” From 2012 Afrikan Goddess Awards, posted by N Amma Twum-Baah on 6/11/2012 (102 items)                                         DJ Kweks!!!         […]

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2012 Afrikan Goddess Awards – June 9, 2012

2012 Afrikan Goddess Awards – June 9, 2012

| May 30, 2012 | 0 Comments

(Guest Speaker: Angela Peabody, Founder and Publisher, Global Woman Magazine) June 9, 2012 | 6:00 – 9:30 Registration Information Click to register Ticket Information Purchase Tickets General: $30 VIP: $60 O’Connor Auditorium (Trinity University), 125 Michigan Ave, NE, Washington, DC (Doors Open at 5:00pm) VIP Cocktail Reception at 6:00pm Award Ceremony at 7:45pm RSVP before […]

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Perpetrating Evil in the Name of Culture

Perpetrating Evil in the Name of Culture

| May 23, 2012 | 4 Comments

Someone please tell me, what is so sexually attractive about a 6-year old child, let alone a 1-year old? Why then would a man rape such a child, if not for his ill-perception that having sex with a virgin would cure him of HIV-AIDS? That was the question I posed to a young man who […]

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Baby Bash and Bling Expo & Show Is Coming to The Washington, DC Area

Baby Bash and Bling Expo & Show Is Coming to The Washington, DC Area

| May 15, 2012 | 0 Comments

This Saturday, May 19, 2012 is pregnant women’s day! Yes, you read that right. I did say pregnant women’s day. As the Baby Bash and Bling Expo & Show descends on Arlington, Virginia, you are likely to see lots of fabulous fashionista pregnant women making their way around town and heading towards the Renaissance Arlington […]

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Tapestries Of Hope Documentary Screening – May 19th

Tapestries Of Hope Documentary Screening – May 19th

| May 9, 2012 | 0 Comments

On May 19, 2012, Afrikan Goddess will host the screening of the documentary, Tapestries of Hope, in partnership with Miss Africa USA 2011. The screening is part of campaign efforts by Afrikan Goddess to introduce the general public to the work of Betty Makoni and the Girl Child Network. Betty Makoni is this year’s Goddess […]

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Afrikan Goddess Award Night. You’re Invited!

Afrikan Goddess Award Night. You’re Invited!

| May 1, 2012 | 0 Comments

Please join host Nunu Wako, host of the Nunu Wako show (EBSTV), and spokesperson for the Ivorian Hope Charity, as we honor Founder and CEO of the Girl Child Network, Betty Makoni for her tireless efforts, selfless service, and fearless advocacy to the girl child in Zimbabwe, all across Africa, and the world at large. […]

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I AM Congo Video Series: A Must Watch!

I AM Congo Video Series: A Must Watch!

| May 1, 2012 | 0 Comments

A publication in today’s Huffington Post caught my attention and I just thought I’d share this wonderful transformation. Ordinary people in Congo are sharing their lives in the form of video messages in a video series called I Am Congo. The series, launched by the Enough Project, tells the stories of how ordinary Congolese citizens […]

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When the Witches of Gambaga Came to Town

When the Witches of Gambaga Came to Town

| April 19, 2012 | 9 Comments

“Men use their witchcraft to protect their homes; Women use theirs to destroy.” Amina Wumba’s brother struck her. She gathered herself and then struck him back. That was the end of that spat. Oh so she thought. That night, her brother died in his sleep and Amina was accused of being responsible for his death. […]

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