MAKE MAMA VISIBLE
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Good day, I hope this email finds you well. I wish to share with you one of my most recent event - MAKE MAMA VISIBLE, an honorary walk race to bring aging mothers in the rural villages of Cameroon to the spotlight as athletes and entertainers - while highlighting the value of motherhood.
On Sunday, August 26th, for the first time in the history of Cameroon, women age 75 and above shall take part in a Fast Walk Race in Bafanji village, Northwest Region of Cameroon.
The idea of this public walk is to create space for aged mama to become visible; change the sport dynamics allowing possibilities for age people to entertain the young and vice-versa and as well as to make age mothers living in the rural regions to feel honored,valued, and confident and not to think their age as a barrier to be happy.
How you can help to bring Visibility to this Event:
1) Share all MMV mgs online/offline through your local/global network space
2) write about MMV in your journal, newspaper, magazine...
3) report/ broadcast about MMV in audio/video on your radio/Tv channels
4) be there on August 26th to have a Live coverage of the event; and capture participants story for change.
we need your Help in Bringing Visibility to this Event!!!!!
Coordinator : Women Under 30
Meritocracy, my principle
Never Regret what makes you Happy
--- On Fri, 20/7/12, Pamela McLean <pam54321@...> wrote:
From: Pamela McLean <pam54321@...>
Subject: [holistichelping] Another Pyramid of Peace
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Regarding Responses to Kenya: Saitoti's death and the coming battle - Chilling analysis by Richard Dowden - Director, RAS and the email below I have set up an initiative on dadamac.net called Another Pyramid of Peace
This is not something that I have the competence to lead in any way. I am just providing a focal point where people might come together, in preparation.
@Andrius - I'm aware I have not included a reference to the Pyramid of Peace Archive. Please would you send me the link.
On 26 June 2012 08:01, Kenneth Chelimo <kennethchelimo@...> wrote:Ken Owino,I appreciate your efforts in peace building among the youth in slum areas. The documentary you have attached is indeed a good example of how Kenyans from different communities should co-exist and live together in harmony. More of these activities by the acrobats should go to rural areas where we witnessed tribal tension during the 2007/2008 post-election violence. Cheers Ken for your great work.Ken ChelimoFrom: "ms@..." <ms@...>
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Subject: [holistichelping] Re: Responses to Kenya: Saitoti's death and the coming battle - Chilling analysis by Richard Dowden - Director, RAS