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We know was last month, but we still can't help but brag about the amazing that work here at InterAction. Check out their stories.
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Dr.Haqmal, Mohammad N 4h
(2/2) Additionally, this study shows peace agreements signed by female delegates demonstrate a higher implementation rate for agreement provisions.
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Nkese Udongwo Sep 14
request for support for women led NGOs.
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CSIS Humanitarian Agenda Sep 19
In line with this year's World Humanitarian Day theme, we recognize the crucial role play in protecting the most vulnerable populations around the world.
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Apple Babe Sep 15
being young and pretty is not crime! Girls, don't go out alone at night, you are the nasty police's target
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April Pham Sep 16
Listening to Syrian refugee woman speak about the impacts and challenges women in conflict & war situations face, but "women r not waiting for NGO's 2help them, they r taking action 4 themselves"
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Malene Jensen Sep 18
Inspiring to hear from the amazing ⁦⁦⁩ & team how ⁦⁩ has brought education, clean water & solar power to girls in the DRC. A model for empowering the next generation of change makers
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Alpha 1 Sep 17
Replying to @majorgauravarya
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FierceWarriorNStilettos Sep 14
A salute to the around the globe who act as first responders in the darkest hours of crisis.
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Saffina Ellahi Sep 18
You lucky girls! Image of the day for
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MobileDigitalPostPixel Sep 14
We will not remain SILENT NO MORE, so you can REMAIN COMFORTABLE! MOTHERS/SPOUSE/1099 = Inequality
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Medair Sep 16
“I love my job and I’m proud to be a humanitarian civil engineer. Though a woman may be seen by some as ‘too fragile’ to do this work, I am able to reach those most in need and make a tangible difference.” - Lubna, Medair colleague in .
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פלר חסן נחום Fleur Hassan-Nahoum Sep 14
is a brave woman with a critical message speaking as a human rights advocate and activist, and a loving, proud and concerned wife.. bravo !
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Julie Johnson Sep 18
Replying to @Writer_DG
Characteristic of amazing women in history…multi-layered, complex and driving domestic skills into the public sphere!
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Dr. Cindy M Duke, MD Sep 15
Thankyou to everyone for your support, feedback & reviews of the ! The outpouring is tremendous & sincerely appreciated!
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April Pham Sep 16
"The impact on Venezuelan women of the crisis, is at times invisible. Women's human rights are severely impacted" so we must continue to give voice to women and their experiences.
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April Pham Sep 16
Here supporting civil society & partners raising need 4 accountability & more $$ 2 gender & in crises. "Everything we do has potential 2empower or disempower women&girls so we need 2 bring in gender lens right at the beginning"
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April Pham Sep 16
Supporting campaign with law firm promoting local incl. from Jordan and Venezuela. Just great to see a panel of dynamic young women agents of change.
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Tijjani Sep 16
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@Opal Ingram 12 Sep 18
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