Photographer: Cornelia Dyrssen
oh wow I’ve had a great weekend.. well besides the “no login for over 2 hours drama” lol. I have met some wonderful people and just recently Trill Zapatero from BoHo HoBo. She was so kind as to drop this amazing outfit on me after seeing my blog and i feel in love! I tped to the grand cayons just to get a pic of it
BoHo HoBo patterened fringey jean miniskirt (comes with BoHo HoBo tinted titanium earring and sandals!) by Trill Zapatero tp here
BoHo HoBo microfibre vest with texture change menu by Trill Zapatero tp here Love this vest its all prim and when you click it you get a hud and get to pick from 7 stunning textures)
*Ticky Tacky* Boho Hobo Bracelets (L) by Xoph Adamczyk
ZC : Karmuka necklace *wood silver* (chest) by Zaara Kohime
[LeLutka] MAICAO bag/gold
BoHo HoBo leopard and tie dye summer frock (includes sandals and hat) by Trill Zapatero tp here
BoHo HoBo microfibre vest with texture change menu by Trill Zapatero tp here
MrS Valentina Bob hair- glossy black 2 (small)
DS ~ Antonia – Fair – glossy lips (cleavage + hairbase) by .::Natalie::. (nataliewells) tp here
Finesmith-Mala- RFL items Glance (earrings and necklace) by yula Finesmith tp here
I found a nc in the packs about BoHo Hobo and I thought I would blog its content XD see below.
Our work inside Afghanistan consists mainly of support to female victims of war and atrocities committed by belligerent groups. Our workers contact families and particularly women who either themselves or their family members have been victimized by the fundamentalists. Highlighting their misadventures via reports published in Women’s Message, alerting international sentinels of human rights such as Amnesty International and similar organizations to human rights violations against women, providing psycho-social support, transferring victims to Pakistan for medical treatment, transferring children of traumatized families to Pakistan for rehabilitation and a better chance of education, tracing missing females and/or their family members, assisting families in evacuating from battlefield and areas affected by any natural calamities and resettling them in safer places, supplying such families with basic living needs and in extreme cases identifying sponsors for ‘family adoption’ of uprooted families or individuals and facilitating their integration. We also distribute food among needy families in drought/war/earthquake-stricken villages.
Despite the above mentioned activities, our regular activities inside Afghanistan can be summarized as follows:
Education: Though our activities inside Afghanistan are underground and restricted due to the prejudiced and brutal behavior of the fundamentalists, we are successfully running our “home-based” schools and literacy courses. For the time being we are running schools for girls and boys and literacy courses for illiterate women and young girls. Our work under the fundamentalists is difficult and dangerous. We also have circles of women and young girls in which we discuss with them about concepts such as women rights, the need to fight the fundamentalists, the necessity of education and social participation, concepts of democracy and civic freedoms and the ways to solve the Afghan problem and maintaining women’s and human rights in Afghanistan.
Health-care: We have mobile health teams in 8 provinces of Afghanistan. The mobile teams mainly treat those women who cannot go to the doctors because of their financial problems. We also treat the children and in some cases the wounded men. In the areas where they work, our mobile teams are usually delivering about 3-child per day. In addition of treating the women and children, our teams are also running first aide courses for young girls and literate women. Last year the teams successfully carried out the polio vaccination program in their concerned areas.Financial: We have chicken farms, small carpet-weaving, embroidery and knitting workplaces, bee- fostering project, handicraft and tailoring units. All these projects are under the direct control and supervision of RAWA. Moreover, we also provide assistance to those women who want to run their own projects like chicken-farms, handicraft or tailoring. By providing them short-term loans we help lots of these women, who are mostly widows, to feed their families.”