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Ethiopia Launches Project to Reduce Maternal Mortality; least progress in MDG 3 &5, says UNICEF

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory

Addis Ababa (ENA): A three-year project aimed at supporting the national efforts in Ethiopia to improve access and utilization of quality maternal health services was launched here yesterday.

EU-UNICEF Project Launched

Women's issues in rural India

By: Lindsey Cawood

THE CURRENT STATUS OF WOMEN IN INDIA

In recent years, India has made great strides in improving the status of women. The constitution bans discrimination, calls for equity between the sexes, and prohibits paying women lesser wages for the same work as men. 850 more words

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ICT access and Women's Empowerment are Linked

We have spent a lot of time this year discussing the digital divide between rich and poor nations as well as rural and urban communities. While both of these issues are important to address in development work there exists another digital divide between men and women which occurs in both developed and developing nations. 273 more words

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Taraji P. Henson Tells Wendy Williams Why She Isn’t Dating [WATCH]

Actress Taraji P. Henson stopped by to chat with Wendy Williams on Tuesday and admitted she’s given up on dating Black men for now.

Catch Wendy at the 2014 Women’s Empowerment Series, April 26th. 18 more words

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Taraji P. Henson Tells Wendy Williams Why She Isn’t Dating [WATCH]

Actress Taraji P. Henson stopped by to chat with Wendy Williams on Tuesday and admitted she’s given up on dating Black men for now.

Catch Wendy at the 2014 Women’s Empowerment Series, April 26th. 18 more words

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"I will do what Queens do, I will Rule" Today's Motivation

Ladies, say to yourself today “I am a Queen”. It’s super easy to Doubt yourself and compare yourself to others but at the end of the day these thoughts/actions are a waste of time. 61 more words

Round One Graduation

On Monday 24th March, we rounded off our first Women’s Empowerment Programme at the beautiful Drapers’ Livery Hall in central London. We were given a tour of the amazing building including the regal livery hall itself, the historical livery corridor comprised of old artefacts, the silver vault, and the court dining room, before settling down to a lovely lunch in the drawing room. 206 more words