Last month, Christine Lagarde, the head of the International Monetary Fund, was a guest on John Stewart’s Daily Show. She was invited to present a new initiative the IMF has launched for gender equality.
The TUSEME program—an initiative supported by UNICEF and Women Thrive’s partner the Forum for African Women Educationalists (FAWE)—is one of those success stories we do not hear of enough, but yearn to read about
Women Thrive’s education partners are powerhouses when it comes to advocating for the rights of all children to a quality education.
Yesterday, I stood on top of the Empire State Building with Abbigal, a 29 year-old women’s rights activist from Zimbabwe. This was the first time Abbigal was seeing New York—and snow!-as she looked out to the city’s skyline saying “We’re this much closer to the sun!”