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It is a fact that women nowadays are already internationally known as an 'all around homebody'. She may be a wife, a mother or a popular public servant.

In my country, nobody can question the legacy that every woman can give: be it to her family or the society. A woman who can do the job well-done is somehow a 'super woman' but it is happening around us. It is because, women are becoming career oriented while being a doting mother and as a submissive wife. Though submissive, because ours is a paternal society, yet, her decision-making can be firm and referred-oriented. 

She can be a public servant in many ways. Many health workers in local Health Centers are married women. Politics is not behind, it can be her advocacy to join the wagon of women in politics joining the world that used to be for men only.




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what are challenges of starting a women group and how can you deal with them?

Hello, everybody! It is a pleasure to me being part of this group and I hope exchange experiences and learn a lot with you. My name is Ingrid Müller and I am member of Sicredi, a Brazilian CU. My first question is: How to improve the knowledge in co-operative principles through our members? I really appreciate your reply.

How can one recognizes the youth and engage them in credit unions yet they don't have regular income

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