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100 Women 100 Stories: A Journey Through Words No Image available at this time
$28.90
AuthorJanet Silvio
PublisherMidsea Books
CategoryBiographies and Memoires (BKS-1695)
Code978-9993273370
Weight340 grams
Dimensions205 x 135 mm
No. Pages270
Year of Publish2011
Quantity
100 true stories by 100 remarkable women The idea behind this publication was conceived on 8th March 2010 at an event marking International Womens Day. CareMaltas Chief Executive Natalie Briffa Farrugia spoke about a dream she hadthat of collecting a hundred stories of female residents at CareMaltas homes for the elderly to mark the first centenary of International Womens Day. Her message struck a chord with Janet Silvio whose passion for writing was evident to Natalie. Work on this book started soon after. The publication of 100 women 100 stories coincides with the launch of CareMaltas new brand identity. This development comes at a time when CareMalta is working to consolidate the success it has achieved in the past 18 years but with a forward looking plan to further expand and develop its areas of operations in the future. CareMalta is the largest and leading private care provider for the elderly on the islands. To-date it operates 7 renowned facilities for the elderly in various towns and villages. It also employs over 600 highly dedicated and trained personnel and takes care of around 900 residents.

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