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New Writing Opportunity to Have Your Voice Heard

For a feature in our next print edition, Earth, which showcases women leaders who are protecting and restoring the planet's ecosystems, we are asking women around the world, and their allies, to tell us what Land means to them. Read More »

Shiku Steve: Racing for Change

On the morning of the Two Oceans marathon, Capetown was unusually chilly. World Pulse member Shiku Steve, a dedicated athlete living in Nairobi, was used to training under a hot Kenyan sun. She felt unwell as the South African race, held every year on Easter weekend, began under a dense fog. Read More »

Visionary Leaders: World Pulse Announces New Columnists

World Pulse is thrilled to announce an exciting new column featuring visionary leaders from empowerment organizations across the globe. Every month, you'll read the reflections of some of the world's most compelling and visionary thought pioneers on the Visionary Leaders column page. Read More »

Announcing the Winners of the Second Annual Bold Ideas Contest

“We will start by healing their spirit...”
Charlotte Nyiraneza I Global Grassroots

World Pulse is proud to announce the winners of the Second Annual Bold Ideas Contest! For their original and inspired ideas, Consolata Waithaka and Charlotte Nyiraneza will each receive three mentoring sessions with a renowned leadership coach from the Empowerment Institute, a two year subscription to World Pulse Magazine, and be featured in our next emagazine! Read More »

A Visionary Voice from Kenya

A year ago, Leah Auma Okeyo was dying from AIDS. Today, she uses World Pulse to help heal herself and the 16 HIV-infected women in her care. Read More »

WATCH IT: The Girl Effect

This energetic and inspiring viral video is creating major buzz and is a harbinger of the Girl Revolution! Read More »

Ushahidi Deploys in DRC

Ushahidi—the crisis monitoring tool developed in response to Kenya's early-2008 post-election violence—has deployed in eastern Congo. Read More »

Rwanda: First in world with female majority in parliament

Women now hold 44 of 80 seats of the parliament in Rwanda, making it the first country in the world where men are outnumbered, at 56%. Sweden comes next with 47% of parliamentary seats occupied by women. Read More »

US: Women Set to Advance

With the Obama-Biden presidential victory, US women anticipate a brighter future. Both Obama and Biden are advocates for women's rights and have pledged to end wage discrimination, protect reproductive rights, and support measures ending violence against women. While 2008 has been an historic year for women candidates at the highest levels, Read More »

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Inside Congo's Growing Sisterhood

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Myra Musico: My Disability Is Not an Obstacle

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WWW: Women Weave the Web

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