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Day 23

A little after 10 am, 17 of us, women’s center attendees and volunteers, packed into the small room to start the day with song and prayer as usual. 223 more words

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Supporting Women's Education in Afghanistan

From:                    Office of Lady Jamileh Kharrazi at Toos Foundation
U.S. Contact:               Leyla Pour 917-456-7007

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Prominent Philanthropist and Humanitarian Lady Jamileh Kharrazi Whose Recent Efforts Focused on Women’s Education in Afghanistan is Attending the 2017 Annual Friends of the American University of Afghanistan (FAUAF) Benefit Dinner in Washington, DC. 377 more words

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Projects for Fiscal Year 2017–18—Part 1

by BGR Staff

At the BGR board’s annual projects meeting on May 7, the board approved 28 projects for partnership grants in the next fiscal year, at a total cost of $480,000. 1,743 more words

Engaged Buddhism

Gihon Women's Group

Day 3

I’m in Kitengela, about an hour southeast of Nairobi, with one other women’s education volunteer. Our day started around 9am with breakfast at the homestay: brown bread, butter, red plum jam, bananas, chai and malaria meds. 235 more words

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Rural Knowledge Meets Tech Innovation: What Ultra-Poor Entrepreneurs Can Teach the World | NextBillion

***Rural Development Series: Barefoot College, a Beacon of Hope***

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            Barefoot College. founded in India over 40 years ago, has emerged as an international force in rural development. 122 more words

Honduran women light the way by United Nations Development Programme

***Community Development Series: Barefoot College & Women Advancing***

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          I am a great admirer of Barefoot College and the work it is doing to educate women in its home country of India and around the world in becoming solar engineers for their communities. 80 more words

How millions of Afghan women are fighting to transform their lives

***World Economic Forum Series: Afghan Women***

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          It is impossible to over-estimate the importance of women in transforming a nation. 87 more words