Ayanna Nahmias is the of the internationally acclaimed Nahmias Cipher Report. The Report features articles written by Ayanna and other staff writers and contributors who are passionate about international affairs and human rights.
She invites readers to explore and discuss current events in emerging economies, international politics, human rights abuses, women’s rights, child advocacy, and religion.
Ayanna was interviewed about her life in Africa on the Radio Netherlands Worldwide program titled “The State We’re In;” a show that highlights “first-person stories from around the world about human rights, human wrongs and how we treat each other.” Her interview and other news and survival stories can be accessed anytime on the web.
Born in, Ayanna spent her formative childhood in where her expatriate family converted to the . As a female child in a culture where women are devalued, she faced many traumatic experiences, including her own father’s verbal and .
Her determination to transcend her past and achieve wholeness led Ayanna to publish The Nahmias Cipher Report to provide information and hope to people who may be facing challenging situations. Stories from around the world are featured with the intent to inspire others to persevere and triumph in the face of great adversity.
The Nahmias Cipher Report is an alternative news source which offers different perspectives of world events. Throughout Ayanna speaks honestly and practically about her experiences so that others can hopefully apply what she has learned to improve and lead richer and more fulfilling lives.
Ayanna believes and teaches that regardless of a person’s social, religious, or economic background or past mistakes, they can change their lives and break the cycle of hopelessness, despair, and abuse to enjoy a purposeful, exuberant, and successful life.
She currently resides in The Bahari Paradox.“and is working on her first novel “
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