Tina Kpan & the Peace Nobel Prizes

My first contact with Liberia was through the Liberian social entrepreneur Tina Kpan. I had the honor and privilege to spent some memorable days with her in Madrid a little bit more than a year ago, during the 1st African and Spanish Women Enterpreneurs Meeting organised by Fundación Mujeres. I wrote two articles about her in this blog already: “Make your gift a profession” and “Tina Kpan: prize to her work and business project in Liberia

Now I would like to take the chance to congratulate all women in the World (specially Liberian and African women) for the Peace Nobel Prize 2011 awarded to Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf (President of Liberia and first woman who became a president in an African country), Leymah Gbowee (Liberian activist who helped to put an end to the second civil war in her country) and Tawakkul Karman (politician from Yemen and human rights activist). In my opinion, the prize awarded to Mrs Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf is much more deserved than the one awarded to Mr Barak H. Obama in 2009.

When I met Tina Kpan, I was impressed by her perseverance and positive energy. And I would like to honor her by posting one of the videos we recorded back in 2010:

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