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Ending Violence Against Women

When Dulce Marlene Contreras started her organization with seven of her friends, she had just one thing on her mind: helping the women in her rural corner of Honduras protect themselves from domestic violence. Read More »

"Until women are economically empowered, they will not be able to escape abuse for good.”

Dulce Marlene Contreras

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Dining Out for Life

If you like do dine out, please consider "Dining Out for Life" tonight. Your order could also help feed an AIDS patient or cancer patient in need. … Read More»

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The Stigma of Unemployment

I couple of days ago, I had an exchange with a mother and daughter which left me frustrated with the persistence of class stereotypes. … Read More»

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Money Management 101: Financial Basics

If you read my blogs, you know I am a believer in spirit. You also are aware that my thinking about money is not quite common. … Read More»

The High Stakes of Land

Women are the farmers of the world. Now their right to own land is being recognized as the key for ending global hunger. Read More »

"This whole land movement is in the same place that microfinance was in about 20 years ago."

Radha Friedman, Rural Development Institute

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Offer: UN webcast conference on Poverty & Girls Right to Education

To open up the discussion and allow the broadest possible participation in the E4 initiative, the United Nations Girls' Education Initiative will be holding an e-conference prior to the E4 conference … Read More»

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The Next Green Frontier

For Women for Women International founder and CEO Zainab Salbi the green revolution starts with women. Read More »

"The time has come to make agricultural and environmental policy reflective of those most impacted by it."

Zainab Salbi

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Options and Support

Stop the Abuse of Rights (STAR) was created in 2009 by Olutosin Oladosu-Adebowale in her bid to right several wrongs that have been done to women and children in Nigeria. … Read More»

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Transitioning back to U.S. Living

As time has elapsed so quickly into the new year, I noticed that it has been over two months, since I have done any serious writing. … Read More»

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Is the child better off now?

She is an uneducated widow at the age of twenty eight, and I see her as someone who needs support and encouragement. … Read More»

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