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There are thousand of females working as philanthropists in the world, but this list highlights only the most notable ones. Historic philanthropists have worked hard to become the best that they can be, so if you’re a female aspiring to be a philanthropist then the people below should give you inspiration. 933 more words

Global Thread

The Left Hand Does Not Know About The Right Hand.

Mr.N was born with the proverbial “silver spoon in his mouth.” But that was not what endeared him to many, especially the weaker sections of society. 638 more words

We Indians!

Damsels On Fire Episode 1: Fella Makafui

“Being different isn’t bad. It means you are bold enough to be yourself.” – Fella Makafui

Fella Makafui is a damsel who seems to know what the game is about; she has discovered herself, her purpose and the kind of world she feels comfortable in, and she’s on a mission to create who she yearns to be. 129 more words

Ink Of Inspiration

what I learned from a 72 years old man

Meet Eloise, a 72 years old man from NGOZI, a province located in Northern Burundi.

Eloise came in Bujumbura in 2016 to get his tumor treatment done at the hospital Prince Regent Charles in Bujumbura. 468 more words

Africa

Drue Heinz

Drue Heinz was an incurable insomniac who spent most nights reading novels to stave off boredom. As such she developed a particular sympathy for the similarly lonely vigils of authors. 75 more words

Two Cultures

Farooq Shaikh -- Indian Celebrity

Farooq Shaikh (25 March 1948_2 December 8, 2013) was a famous Indian actor.

Sheikh was born in the city of Vododara, Gujarat, India. Farooq completed his early education from #Set Mary School, Mumbai and then graduated from Sat Xavier’s College, Mumbai. 23 more words

Celebrities

Joe Issa Wishes Happy Valentine’s Day and Good Education for all Jamaican Kids

Civic-minded philanthropist and businessman Joe Issa, wishes his employees, business colleagues and friends a Happy Valentine’s Day while promoting an excellent education for all Jamaican children, stating “it is the surest way out of poverty – the scourge of all societies.” 396 more words

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