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KING Offor!!!
Alumnus of YALI West Africa RLC, Accra, Ghana, Cohort 8,*** Women Deliver, Young leader 2018, Staff *** passionate about *** Aspiring Chef
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Harzeezah 🌹 5h
Please Retweet..... Nothing must happen to our Firdaws and other corpers in Lagos State, IFako Ijaye LG, Rac 3,Polling unit 36....
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Girl Pride Circle 7h
Exciting News💃🏾 We are calling for female volunteers to help facilitate our Safe Kicks Initiative education clubs for adolescent girls in Lagos, Nigeria. Apply by 11:59pm (GMT+1) on Friday, March 8th 2019! Please RT!
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Sam Hart Feb 22
Proud to have done my part today to fight patriarchal stereotypes. We finished a meeting & it was time to eat & drink. Someone asked the women present to arrange the serving of the food. I stood up to counter the notion that the women are meant to serve. One event at a time.
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Ala Oueslati Feb 11
Happy Day! 👩‍🔬🧪🥼 We shouldn't need a day to remind us that millions of women around the world are still facing countless obstacles to realizing their full potential in science. Let's smash the barriers that hold women back & steer girls away from fields.
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Fisayo Longe Feb 7
Two boys- Chima George and Segun Razak were arrested for drugging and raping a 23 year old girl in Lagos, Nigeria. Can you please follow this story to make sure that justice is served?
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Family Planning 2020 Feb 3
“If a country fails to reach young people, their program will not be successful- it’s just that simple.” ’s Youth Engagement Manager discusses meaningful youth engagement and progress moving forward:
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KING Offor!!! Jan 24
While the captains of global wealth meet at , 26 young activists are building their skills and developing projects to help meet the in their countries. Which meeting is most likely to help end poverty, protect the planet and reduce inequality?
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KING Offor!!! Jan 22
I am grateful and opportuned to be a part of this amazing cohort of world people using data and storytelling to accelerate progress for the SDGs
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KING Offor!!! Jan 20
Happy Birthday , Thanks for constantly putting young people first, thanks for being an incandescent and visionary leader , thanks for meaningfully engaging young people in the UNFPA processes, Long may you live.
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KING Offor!!! Jan 20
we keep fighting for her right to make decisions over her body not having to risk her life in making that decision
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KING Offor!!! Jan 18
Dear Esther much love, we would miss u
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KING Offor!!! Jan 15
Replying to @SheDecidesGFI
Dear , do you mind sending us a reciept that you received our application. Hopefully our mails don't land in the spam. Best Wishes,
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KING Offor!!! Jan 15
Great news from Kenya, we are never truly free until all Women and girls can make their decisions devoid of violence, judgement and discrimination. Way to go Kenya
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KING Offor!!! Dec 19
This is very true we need to stall our population growth if we must make any meaningful strides to achieving the demographic dividends
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KING Offor!!! Dec 19
This Lady deserve a national Burial. The beautiful people of Rwanda should all ensure she recieves the burial befitting of a National Hero
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Leana Wen, M.D. Dec 16
From here on out, we want to be clear: Planned Parenthood services, from birth control to cancer screenings and abortion, are standard medical care. Reproductive healthcare is healthcare. Women’s healthcare is healthcare. And healthcare is a basic human right.
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KING Offor!!! Dec 10
Today I renew my pledge to promote universal human rights for all especially as it concerns young people sexual and reproductive Rights
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AWLNetwork Dec 10
“An African Woman is a Woman of Vision.”🌺 Happy new week to all who are following their call and to drive the change we want to see, the build the resilient communities we need. Keep faith and follow the vision. !
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KING Offor!!! Dec 6
Congrats dearest of Thanks for. Consistently beings fearless advocates for women and girls
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KING Offor!!! Dec 1
I left Johannesburg few days ago
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