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My goal is to ensure that we have a society where the woman has equal opportunities and rights with males without being bound by the chains of inferiority that have always potrayed the woman as less capable and at the mercy of their male counterparts. I joined this global community because I felt their agenda towards changing the plight of the woman in the society is realistic, practical and achievable since I believe a woman who is economically empowered is confident and has a chance to make decisions and choices that are favourable to her without any fears.