Name: Rayan Hassan Ibrahim Adam and Ice Cream flavor: Vanilla <3 "Telling that might explain a lot about a person I believe" and here, You'll See Throw My Eyes. I guess its about time of having my share of Loved, Enthused, Crazy, the "Not so great", Inspiring and many more of what I like to call SCENES, which is just my way of saying Life Experiences
My Role Model
It comes a time when you sit down and think “Whose my Row Model?”
I bet this has crossed, if not all, majority of people’s mind at least once in life time.
I know it has crossed mine! And I couldn’t actually answer it at first and I kept on searching who I would like to be like?
Then I knew. It could&#8217;ve been a President, an Actor/Actress, a Scientist, a Philosopher or any famous character, But mine is someone I personally have the pleasure of knowing……is who I pretty much consider (My Best friend, Sister and partner in crime), Noon Sharif.
*Known since:  24th of June 2008 [I remember the exact date because it corresponds to the date to me traveling along with my cousins and Noon was going along]
*Highlight event: Penang Island at night market “The Fatima Incident ;)”
Because of her I was motivated to do what I didn’t even consider doing before,  she’s of great help whenever needed, she pursues and gets, she works and flourishes and most of all she Inspired me, keeps Inspiring and will Inspire me even more whenever the opportunity presents.
I’ll gladly say she’s my Role Model and I ADORE her.
Picture: Taken on [11.11.11] Special day + being Noon’s Birthday ;)

My Role Model

It comes a time when you sit down and think “Whose my Row Model?”

I bet this has crossed, if not all, majority of people’s mind at least once in life time.
I know it has crossed mine! And I couldn’t actually answer it at first and I kept on searching who I would like to be like?

Then I knew. It could’ve been a President, an Actor/Actress, a Scientist, a Philosopher or any famous character, But mine is someone I personally have the pleasure of knowing……is who I pretty much consider (My Best friend, Sister and partner in crime),
Noon Sharif.

*Known since:  24th of June 2008 [I remember the exact date because it corresponds to the date to me traveling along with my cousins and Noon was going along]
*Highlight event: Penang Island at night market “The Fatima Incident ;)”

Because of her I was motivated to do what I didn’t even consider doing before,  she’s of great help whenever needed, she pursues and gets, she works and flourishes and most of all she Inspired me, keeps Inspiring and will Inspire me even more whenever the opportunity presents.

I’ll gladly say she’s my Role Model and I ADORE her.

Picture: Taken on [11.11.11] Special day + being Noon’s Birthday ;)

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Khartoum Rising! 

Last February 14th, more than a thousand young women and men rose together to demand an end to violence against women and girls in Khartoum, Sudan. Organized by Salmmah Women Resource Centre and Open Mike, together with the support of civil society women’s organizations and youth groups — Ahfad University for Women in Khartoum became the site of an extraordinary rising in a country where participation in public spaces by women is not easy — and where laws that continue to humiliate Sudanese women and girls, and remove their dignity, and where discriminative legal systems are still in place. The university rang with cheers as the women and men danced to “Break The Chain” — opening a five- hour program that included Sudanese dance and music by performance groups Nuba Mountains dance, Makaan, Sudan Roots and Solo Band. On One Billion Rising Khartoum, Fahima Hashim, Director of Salmmah Women Resource Centre said “the way it has been taken, the way the energy transferred and travelled - and the involvement, even of the people….they just took the idea and made it their way”.

Hopefully this campaign will give more women a chance to speak out against interpersonal violence but I personally think we need more programs and events targeted specifically for men. We need to teach boys at an early age not only to not commit any act of violence against women but to stand up against those who do. The political aspect is a different story though. Nevertheless, I still found this to be an innovative way to spread the message throughout Khartoum and am hoping that it continues to do so.

Love this! Saw many familiar faces from Ahfad. I feel so proud of everyone who was involved making awareness to this issue! :)