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End The Tampon Tax in CA Feb 13
Replying to @mikadoyle @Lunapads
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Francesca Memmi Feb 15
We've come a long way in the fight against HIV/AIDS. So why are nearly 1000 girls & young women still infected with HIV every day? via
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Mboringong Hermann Feb 11
NONE of us are equal until ALL of us are equal! & we won't stop until there is justice for women & girls EVERYWHERE →
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Felicitas Beger 20h
Let's make way to the changemakers of the future!
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ONE Feb 13
Despite impressive efforts, there is still one demographic that is disproportionately likely to contract HIV: girls and women ages 15 to 24.
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Samia Feb 11
I absolutely love Bono especially when he talk so passionately about his and about women’s rights! He even wrote a little ode to us! “Women of the World take over,cause if you don’t the world will come to an end and it won’t take long!”
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Sofia 🇪🇺 20h
📢THIS IS NOT A DRILL. We have a chance to win the fight against HIV/AIDS. Join me and with today.
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ONE Canada Feb 15
Nearly 1,000 girls and young women are infected with HIV every single day. Tell world leaders it’s time to against AIDS by adding your name to ’s petition now:
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Margo MatiasValencia Feb 13
Thank you for meeting with our volunteers !! We are hearing about great conversations all over Canada about the need to support and do our part to end extreme poverty.
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ONE Canada Feb 13
Thank you to our volunteer Nadine for meeting with your MP to talk about Canada's part in And thank you for your support! Canada needs to do its fair share!
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ONE Canada Feb 13
No! The good news should NOT make us complacent!
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Margo MatiasValencia Feb 13
Must read piece by on why we can’t keep ignoring gender equality as an economic driver and the opportunities to take action this year. "Opinion: We have to think bigger about investments in women and girls” via
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ONE Canada Feb 12
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ONE Feb 12
Here are 25 shocking facts showing why
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ONE Feb 12
Good News: We have the opportunity to do SO MUCH MORE. The fight isn't over yet. Click here to join us:
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ONE Feb 11
Nurse Nana’s success is proof that we have the ability to create a turning-point in the fight against HIV/AIDS. ✊🏾 ✊🏼 ✊🏽
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ONE Feb 11
The risk of getting infected with HIV is influenced by: → Physical health → Economic factors → Social factors → Layers of gender-based discrimination
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