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Today is International Women’s Day. In celebration of the many amazing women (and girls and babies) in all our lives, this round is going to be the “Celebrate the Women” round. The goal is to raise $2,000 by April 30. … Continue reading
After a break to play a bit-role in a disaster that churned across the Indian Ocean, I am back. And the project to build a Girls’ School in Afghanistan is resuming. If you have already forgotten what this is about, … Continue reading
Afghanistan School ProjectOn hold until March 2005 Tsunami…Who Knew? To Donate: AID IndiaUNICEF
This is our Giving Web. A web of family and friends getting together to take care of other members of the global family. Its purpose is to build a school in a rural or an under-served region in Afghanistan. Anyone … Continue reading
In May 2004, I went on a trip to Afghanistan where I had the opportunity to facilitate a two-week information and communication technology (ICT) training for a women’s organization in Kabul. In those two short weeks, in Kabul and its … Continue reading