Tag Archives: Togo

Joint Our Support Group (FDSBF)

SPONSORED BY PASSION BEAUTY, THE Friends Of Disadvantaged Students for Brighter Future ( FDSBF), IS A (501)C 3 NON PROFIT ORGANIZATION WITH A MISSION OF HELPING THE DISADVANTAGED STUDENTS IN THE RURAL AREA IN TOGO. JOINT US IN THIS NOBLE MISSION … Continue reading

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My High Desire To Become Somebody: Part I

    As a child and growing up I think that I have been having big dreams, dreams that I wanted to compare with my parents’ wishes for me. Wishes that my grandfather and grandmother saviors of my situation and … Continue reading

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Hair Is A Woman’s Crowning Glory

I grew up cutting my hair every three months or more for two important reasons: Education and tradition and also I cut my hair when I wanted. But I have been thinking about this so dearly since then especially when … Continue reading

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Help Needed To Support Students By FDSBF

  http://images.travelpod.com/bin/tripwow/flash/tripwow.swf Friends of Disadvantaged Students For Brighter Future 8/2011 Slideshow: Akouavi’s trip from Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States to Agoudja Badja (near Tsevie), Togo was created by TripAdvisor. See another Tsevie slideshow. Create a free slideshow with music from … Continue reading

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My Charity Organization: FDSBF

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Warning Against Partiality

I just have to copy this. don’t we do that all the time? Don’t we discriminate? I understand if you cannot give me a seat because you don’t know me. I might be a bad person ready to shoot people … Continue reading

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Girls’ Hair And The Laws Of The Land

  I am from Togo and lived in a village where I schooled for 10 years and girls were not allowed to braid their hair. The main reason for that law was that girls’ hair could be distracting to boys, … Continue reading

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