41 days to help enable 360 women become independent


Most of you now in September, I took part in the world’s toughest mountain bike race, cycling nearly 400 kms with the aim to fundraise 50,000 dollars to support Timor Leste, SE Asia poorest country. The country has an annual GDP of only 480 USD. Take a glimpse of my experience HERE.
Thanks to all who donated we are nearly 1/3 of the way to achieving our goal, but in 41 days we aim at achieving it. This wont be possible without your support. DONATE HERE. (If you dont feel comfortable paying online, do get in touch, I can pick up checks/cash for our project)

I challenged myself in “Tour de Timor” race to inspire young people to make a difference. I hope I have inspired you a little and you can contribute to our cause of enabling women becoming independent.This trailer is part of a documentary which we will be screening in Singapore and Melbourne to raise awareness on Nov 28 at National Library in Singapore.
Every contribution makes a difference no matter how big or small makes a difference. I tried to capture my experience though my blog, www.yasminekhater.com and you can also find out more information about the project on www.gonecyclin.com

If you have any questions do get in touch. I hope you can help spread the word, and get in touch if you are interested in organizing a documentary screening for friends and family in your city.
Much Respect


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