As part of A Ray of Hope, Pour Les Femmes is a journal for women to care and share. It is also hoped to build up a data base of experts and advisors for imparting knowledge and friendship. Below is the beginning of our panel of experts. All of these wonderful women are known personally to me and have the highest integrity. They all wish to make a positive contribution to the world they live in. If there are queries or you need advice you will be put in direct contact with the appropriate advisor. If you require any information from our special ladies please write to firstname.lastname@example.org for onward dissemination.
My name is Florence – I am a library consultant and store manager in a fast growing family resource centre in Nigeria called Family First Resource Centre. I am also president of Real Life Foundation an NGO in Nigeria for teenagers. Our focus right now is on young girls between the ages of 12 – 23. Raising them as role models in the society, educating them on how to build character and integrity and most importantly to model to them how to relate with the opposite sex without loosing value and worth. Discover their potential and maximize it. To be young ladies of character who would be the future wives and mothers our world has been craving for.
Paula in an extremely talented and artistic lady living in Portugal. Recently she has been assisting in the production of many videos. Paula would now like to offer her abilities to assist others to create something special. 10 good photographs is all that is required. As always "first contacts" through email@example.com
“Hi everyone. I’m Debbie Hepplewhite - a teacher, teacher-trainer, phonics programme writer and advisor for teaching reading and spelling in the English language. I’ve been providing free online advice about reading instruction for people from a wide range of settings for many years. Having now discovered A Ray of Hope and been touched by its international and caring ethos (which I share), I hope that I can be of further service internationally through A Ray of Hope’s links and projects. Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you think I may be able to help you via this blog or via firstname.lastname@example.org Debbie
"My name is Angela, I am an Italian woman living in the United States and I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in October 2006. In the past two years, while dealing with the difficulties of this disease, I created a project that I called 'Flowers 4 MS'. I view flowers as a symbol of hope, beauty and life and I feel they are the perfect representation of my dream, which is finding a cure for Multiple Sclerosis and for all the rare neurological diseases that are so similar to it. Flowers bring joy and beauty in very simple, but wonderful ways and they speak to everyone’s hearts through their beauty. Through the sale of beautiful floral greetings cards, I raise awareness and funds to aid current Multiple Sclerosis research projects." http://www.flowers4ms.com
Helen from Northern Ireland has worked with many government departments and has a special expertise in food hygiene and food safety.In the United Kingdom many lives are lost each year with improper management of food and conditions. Helen will help you to learn about all aspects of food safety.
Melanie, living in England, is a well seasoned traveller who has dedicated her life to helping others. She has lived with and loved many people from all over the globe who have needed her help. From Hungary to India, Tanzania to Philippines. Melanie would delight in sharing her knowledge with anyone wishing to walk the same path as herself.
Dr. Sandra lives in Germany. A general practioner of many years experience. She is also advisor to A Ray of Hope on all matters medical. Sandra would delight in being able to proffer advice when needed. There will never be any need for anyone other than the requestee and Sandra to be aware of your questions.