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Isn't she entitled to get education?

Dear all. Please have a look in this article and suggest what can be done? Thanks Regards Anjana … Read More»

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Isn't she entitled to get education?

Kumari, 18, was studying in grade six when she decided to leave her school to support her mother Maili, 34, who works as a housemaid in three to four houses on a daily basis to meet their ends. … Read More»

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Offer: International Development Journalism Competition 2010 (for U.K. residents)

Many crucial issues facing the developing world are often overlooked or underrepresented by the media. … Read More»

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Need: Volunteer NGO Indonesia

I am traveling to Indonesia from Thailand and am looking for an organization that I can volunteer for in the field of women's rights, education, and development. … Read More»

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Raising Up Another Haiti

As Haiti moves forward from the current point of devastation of its population, capitol city, and economy, what could a different nation look like? … Read More»

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(New Orleans, Feb. 7, 5:00 p.m.) A bald man I just passed on the street sports temporary fleur-de-lis tattoos all over his pate. The streets are loud with “Who dat say dey gonna beat dem Saints? … Read More»

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Doing Business but Suffering in Silence

According to the World Health Organisation, gender-based violence is a major public health and human rights problem throughout the world. … Read More»

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Facilitating Somali Refugee Women's Self-Help

Check out our newest people-centered development project right here in Massachusetts (usually we work with coffee farming communities around the world). … Read More»

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Technology, Innovation and Social Change

Ashoka Tech hosted a contest to win a trip to Hyderabad to blog about their Technology 4 Society conference. … Read More»

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The land I want is the land you want - to give up.

As it was customary, the women – about ten of us and more joining the “meeting” each passing minute – were sitting cross-legged on the floor of the tiny, two-room home, while the four men sat on the o … Read More»

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