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Enhanced Homestead Food Production in Côte d'Ivoire

BGR Staff

In May 2013, Buddhist Global Relief (BGR) awarded Helen Keller International a three-year grant to support their Enhanced Homestead Food Production (EHFP) and Orange-Fleshed Sweet Potatoes (OFSP) production in Côte d’Ivoire. 869 more words

Engaged Buddhism

Ladies to Learn About

As I’ve said in previous blog posts, I’ve been working as a dramaturg for a production of Moliere’s “The Learned Ladies”. One of my jobs being a dramaturg is continuing the conversation around the messages within the play. 574 more words

Her's Day Thursday

Though it is very historic that, this year, a woman has become her party’s candidate for the presidential election, another woman holds the title of… 462 more words

Advocate for women's education

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The information I could find on William Graham Brooke (without paying for access to articles) indicates that he was an advocate for education, particularly for education and university access for girls and women. 16 more words

Dead Men Do Tell Tales

Western Influence in Latin American Education

In this globalized world, countries tend to compare each other through their economic standing. Developing countries have this view that economic progress will be gained through following western countries footsteps. 499 more words

Innovation & Education

Bluestockings and Blue Bloods: The Pelham Priory School for Young Ladies

The girls came from all over. They were daughters of the nation’s elite, of people such as Robert E. Lee and Lincoln’s former Secretary of War Edward Stanton. 1,444 more words

Mansion Musings

It's About Time We Let Girls Learn

I’m currently doing research around women’s education and one organization that I’ve come across is called Let Girls Learn.

“In March 2015, the President and First Lady launched Let Girls Learn, which brings together the Department of State, the U.S.

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