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FAO Feb 19
Replying to @rcenter89 @dreamday42
Hi David, in this case Joyce sadly lost her husband and had to take over the family business. As sad as it is Joyce managed to not only make the business a success but provide a future for youth in her community.
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Buzz India 11h
Our Chief Changemaker, Uthara Narayanan, shares what the Buzz means to us and the 100,000 women we have trained. Join us in this journey!
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Buzz India Feb 19
Arefa, who hesitated to step out of her house after her husband's death for seven years, is today a thriving businesswoman.
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jives #nomodofo 19h
Replying to @WomenON
How about transferring the funding to the women's crisis centres instead of tweeting bullshit about how much you care about women... 1.5 million FFS for Ugh!
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Samvednatrust Feb 12
How to help us?Contact us to volunteer for a day, donate in the form of goods or purchase our clothes to continue with the employment of these women
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Kayode Teslim 4h
Poles of the solar powered streetlight arrived Temidire community. praised both H.E as no one was left behind to achieve through . Thank you
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Naheeda Abbasi Feb 14
Congratulations@fauziaviqar and for making your office friendly for young girls and wants to see all public offices friendly for young rural women and girls too.
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Grameen Foundation India 15h
Access to financial services can put poor on the road to empowerment.Growing from strength to strength each day,our Grameen Mitras have facilitated digital transactions worth more than 1 crore INR for end- clients,within a short time span
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Rural Women Studies Feb 13
How do school cancellations and other weather-associated chaos affect rural women?
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Samvednatrust Feb 12
We invite you to visit our store in Rishikesh & experience this empowerment by yourself. samvednatrust2014@gmail.com
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Corteva EUR Feb 14
Empowering is key to ensuring -
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Shahida Shah | شاه Feb 19
Thanks to for inviting me to the screening of Swiss Oscar contender film which tells story of Swiss 's fight of & 's suffrage movement in 1971 in Switzerland I spoke on our same fight in
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YTT Empowerment Feb 19
Meet Christine Wadenga a from Lubhangwe village in Matobo. She sells and weaves reed mats for a living. Her weaving skill was passed down for to her by her grandmother.
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TopazToStopBrexit #FBPE #FBIR #ABTV Feb 16
EU has a rural development Fund Grants to rural areas For Agricultural development (esp ecosystem managemt) Tourism & small businesses Buildings equipmt & machinery food processing plants Help with job creation, social inclusion & poverty reduction
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FAO in Africa Feb 13
. new report indicates that the impact of climate variability and extremes continue to have negative impact on . Climate adaptation, mitigation & resilience-building must therefore take a more gender sensitive approach. Read report 👉🏽
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Vic Rural Women Feb 12
Do you feel stuck in the grind of everyday life? Check out @getagripofthegrind festival, Bright, 22-24 Feb, a program of speakers, personal and professional development opportunities and adventure activities! See
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NRCS_MT Feb 11
Save the date! The 2019 Women Stepping Forward for Agriculture Conference has been scheduled for Oct. 1-3 in Bozeman, MT.
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YTT Empowerment Feb 15
Meet Sehlisiwe Ndlovu from Ekusile village in Matobo. She is part of the Chicken rearing project being implemented by YTT and currently has a total number of 38 chickens.
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Respons'Appro 11h
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FAO 14h
“Both men and women come and learn from her. Experts consider her one of the best farmers here and recognize her for her hard work.” How Calista is leading the change in more than just farming:
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