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Protests in Nigeria

Breaking News from Nigeria

Women Thrive sounds a note of cautious optimism on media claims that a reported ceasefire between the Nigerian military and Boko Haram would include the release of 200+ kidnapped girls

"Well Earned"

Lauren Supina, a Senior Vice President at Women Thrive, on why Malala's 2014 Nobel Peace Prize matters.

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Inclusive Economic Growth?

Three new commitments announced at the U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit could have big impacts on women across Africa. Elise Young explains.

There is a serious learning crisis that has come from putting increased numbers of children in school without improving the quality of schools and of education itself.
Women Thrive Worldwide believes that investing in women is the key to ending world poverty.
One out of every three women worldwide will be physically, sexually, or otherwise abused during her lifetime with rates reaching 70 percent in some countries.
Women Thrive Worldwide believes that investing in women is the key to ending global hunger.
U.S. international assistance has the potential to be a major force for good, but the system is broken.

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