STOPTOBER is an annual campaign to stop smoking in England. This coincides with an increase awareness of the disease, Breast Cancer. Is it a modern fad or not? During this month, people are encouraged to quit smoking, for their health and that of their families.
Whereas, we are not assuming you don’t have any knowledge about Breast Cancer. What this campaign aims to do is make you more conscious, of how to detect the disease. In the earliest possible time, being vigilant is highly recommended. Of course, there are many campaigns leading up to STOPTOBER month, including that of Breast Cancer Awareness. This crafted phrase is bound to stick to your mind. Not just a constant reminder to live a healthy lifestyle, but a boost to one’s confidence that there is help out there for all to access. Sadly, not so much for women in some developing countries.
The question of ‘Who indeed is behind every successful woman’ is not new in this modern society. Perhaps, the sacrifices of women such as, the liberty to vote rights, including the suffragist are not common to get women’s points of view. I believe many would incline towards the very saying of, ‘behind every successful man, is a woman’.
How many men can honestly say they support their female counterparts or partners in building strong and successful businesses? How relevant or important is it to have a man with his head firmly attached to his neck? That is, looking beyond the scope of ego and their roles in the household and the society as a whole.
Welcome to Hob-group blog discussion on poverty alleviation!
In the course of history, there comes a time when humanity is called to shift to a new level of consciousness, to reach a higher moral ground. A time when we have to shed our fear and give hope to each other. That time is now.
Here is a forum to discussion world poverty and inequality of resource distribution. A great opportunity for personal or professional input of your experiences and your realistic quest to fight poverty!
Our discussion of poverty alleviation is focus and stem from the need to question the world government’s policy on agriculture, health, education and their purchase of ammunition. The latter, the desire to arm themselves with deadly weapons and approve arming dangerous terrorists.