Madeleine Bwenge a travaillé toute sa vie à la préservation et à la protection de l’environnement, dans un pays riche en ressources naturelles mais enfoncé dans les conflits. Elle donne aux femmes les moyens de participer aux décisions qui impactent à la fois l’environnement et leurs vies. Read More »
« Nous devons éduquer les femmes afin qu’elles puissent prendre part aux débats environnementaux. »
Madeleine Bwenge has worked all her life to preserve and protect the environment in a country rich in natural resources but mired in conflict. She empowers women to participate in the environmental decisions that affect their lives. Read More »
"We must educate women to engage on environmental issues."
Women everywhere are claiming power and linking networks to restore the Earth and address climate change. They are harnessing digital media and in-person convenings to accelerate the movement, operating as an immune system to boost the Earth's resilience. Read More »
"The whole world is now mobilizing in search of a new culture—a culture of sustainability."
Like many women in Zambia, when Ngoza Simwanza was pregnant with her firstborn child, she relied on a Traditional Birth Attendant to address complications. The consequences were dire. Today, she advocates for every woman to have access to safe medical care. Read More »
"We must unite as women to make Zambia a safe place to deliver a child."
In Zambia, women shoulder a disproportionate share of the HIV/AIDS burden. As a journalist and activist, World Pulse member Prudence Phiri seeks to halt the epidemic by upending entrenched power dynamics that place women at risk. Read More »