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Maisha Film Maisha Film
Karibu! Here, we have all the information about our new documentary film, Maisha: A New Life Outside the Mines.
A side of Phuket few tourists see - the Myanmar migrant community offered a vital lifeline  A side of Phuket few tourists see - the Myanmar migrant community offered a vital lifeline
Don’t believe everything you read about the great liberalization of Myanmar underway since 2011. The former hermit state is still politically unstable and the economy has fallen further behind neighboring countries.
The "walking sisters" deliver results for the impoverished Congolese of Kolwezi The "walking sisters" deliver results for the impoverished Congolese of Kolwezi
Chances are you’ve never heard of Kolwezi, located in the south of the mineral-rich Democratic Republic of Congo. But you probably carry around with you a piece of Kolwezi wherever you go.
Constructing networks between Bolivia and Chile to improve the lives of migrant women Constructing networks between Bolivia and Chile to improve the lives of migrant women
Chile is one of South America’s most stable and prosperous nations with a fast growing economy and increasing wealth. However, nearby in bordering Bolivia the situation is vastly different.
Education and Skills Training to Ensure Economic Justice for Women in India Education and Skills Training to Ensure Economic Justice for Women in India
India is the world’s largest democracy. The country is considered a leader in many areas of science and technology and has seen a great amount of growth in recent years.
A chance at entrepreneurship for vulnerable women in Bolivia A chance at entrepreneurship for vulnerable women in Bolivia
Bolivia is one of Latin America’s poorest countries with 60 percent of its 12 million people living below the poverty line, and 37 percent living in conditions of extreme poverty.
A training center in Angola to empower women and give them the skills to join the workforce A training center in Angola to empower women and give them the skills to join the workforce
Even though Angola has seen some powerful economic growth in recent years the country still faces big challenges when it comes to the social inclusion of women in society.
Mozambique: How working for peanuts can make a big local impact Mozambique: How working for peanuts can make a big local impact
Mozambique has seen a modest pick-up in economic growth over the past two decades, but it remains the poorest and least developed country in southern Africa, both in human rights and gender development terms.
Syria's humanitarian crisis spills into Lebanon's Bekaa Valley Syria's humanitarian crisis spills into Lebanon's Bekaa Valley
Now in its fourth year, Syria's violent civil war has forced more than two million people to flee their country creating what is called the worst ongoing humanitarian crisis on earth. According to the latest figures from the UNHCR, one million registered Syrian refugees are in Lebanon.
Karunalayam Shelter: A "Temple of Grace" to protect at-risk girls from human traffickers Karunalayam Shelter: A "Temple of Grace" to protect at-risk girls from human traffickers
India is the single largest source of trafficked women in the world, and the state of Andhra Pradesh stands out as its worst offender. The largest share of trafficked children for sexual exploitation comes from this part of the country, according to a recent Human Development Report.