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Faiza Hajji: Jumpstarting a Green Economy in Morocco

Faiza Hajji: Jumpstarting a Green Economy in Morocco

VOUS NE PARLEZ PAS ANGLAIS, C’EST PAR ICI ! ADF souhaite transformer le quartier des sacs plastiques de Berkane (lien : http://www.adf-global.org/2013/06/5-000e-pour-quadf-transforme-le-quartier-des-sacs-plastiques-en-un-quartier-de-reve/ ) Pour toute question ou complément, n’hésitez pas à me contacter directement à contact@adf-global.org, ou sur la page facebook de l’association: https://www.facebook.com/IFASSEN. Merci pour votre soutien, Faiza Hajji. “Don’t tell me one single woman can’t change(…)

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Kimberly Bryant: Disrupting Tech Norms Equals

Kimberly Bryant: Disrupting Tech Norms Equals

She is the mom of a 13-year-old girl who can build her own website. So she knows that girls of color do code. Well, actually they don’t, or rather most don’t.  Combined, Black, Latino and Native American women make up less than 3% of the computer programming profession. But it’s not because they lack desire. On(…)

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Notes from Our 10,000 Names in 100 Days Campaign

Notes from Our 10,000 Names in 100 Days Campaign

We partnered with MTV Voices for our 10,000 Names in 100 Days campaign from February – May 2012 and featured some of the most amazing nominees from the campaign on their blog each week. We also randomly rewarded a few nominators for taking the time out to nominate and alerting us to amazing women around(…)

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Cat Jaffee Lives…

Cat Jaffee Lives…

MTV Voices Featured Nominee: Cat Jaffee Lives with Nomadic Beekeepers She quit her job, packed her bags and moved to Kars, Turkey to live with nomadic beekeepers. Check out her inspiring story here: http://inspiredbeeing.com/tag/cat-jaffee/

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3 Nepalese Adventure Sisters

3 Nepalese Adventure Sisters

  3 Nepalese Adventure Sisters: Lucky, Dicky and Nicky Inspiring sisters Lucky, Dicky and Nicky run 3 Sisters Adventure Trekking, which provides women guides and assistants for women trekkers through the Himalayas. They also run the nonprofit, Empowering Women of Nepal. Through it, they train disadvantaged local women (and men) to become guides. Empowering Women(…)

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