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This post is copied from an email that my colleague Kelly Hawrylyshyn sent to me. Kelly works on disaster risk reduction (DRR) with Plan UK. If you work on DRR and gender, go on, get…
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Thank you Thehammockpapers.blogspot.com/ for the image. What I love so much about seed bombs (also called seed balls) is they are so easy to make AND can have a big impact on the visuals of…
Today, I met with the members from the International Intercultural Club from College of Saint Elizabeth. Not only they were extremely interested in learning more about the project, but they also handcrafted over 20 bracelets.
Empowering Women Through Traditional Crafts, would like to extend a HUGE thank you to all the people and businesses who helped us host a successful fundraising dinner. Yes! because of your generosity and support. We were able to raise $2,330 during our first fundraiser dinner and … Continue reading
Today was good day! My little sister (Cynthia) and I—stopped by a couple of businesses in the Morristown area. And some of these businesses donated items for the silent auction. =) To make things even better…. more people e-mailed me, and confirmed their attendance … Continue reading
On May 2nd I was awarded the Emily C. Speechio Ambassador Grant. This grant will allow me to jumpstart the project.
Most of the women from Batey San Joaquin, are unemployed and have limited access to land, water, capital and education and other social services which have lead to illiteracy, malnutrition, disease, high infant mortality and low life expectancy. Despite these … Continue reading