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Teach a Woman to Fish Discussion Questions

Posted on 06.09.14

Book club discussion questions for Teach a Woman to Fish: Overcoming Poverty Around the Globe

Ethical Products Reminder

Ask your favorite store if the products they sell are ethically produced, and then leave this note for the manager to ensure that your question is heard.

Sending #Love2Ghana

Posted on 02.13.14

A downloadable sign you can use for your #Love2Ghana photo

Your #GirlLikeMe Sign

Posted on 10.09.13

Download and print this sign, write why you support equality for girls, and upload to Twitter or Instagram using the hashtag #GirlLikeMe

Notes from the Field: Doña Erlinda Ramirez, Nicaragua

Women Thrive Worldwide Co-Founder and President Ritu Sharma introduces Nicaraguan entrepreneur Doña Erlinda Ramirez. With a small investment from the U.S.'s Millennium Challenge Corporation -- and plenty of hard work -- Doña Erlinda is building a brighter future for her family and her community.

Notes from the Field: Mujeres Unidas en Acción, Honduras

Women Thrive Worldwide President and Co-Founder Ritu Sharma reports from Honduras on empowered women, organic farming, land rights, and more in this short clip.

Malala Yousafzai addresses United Nations Youth Assembly

On July 12, girls and education rights champion Malala Yousafzai addressed the United Nations.

INFOGRAPHIC | Let's Talk Dollars and Sense

Posted on 03.28.13

Interview with Stella from India

In October 2012, Women Thrive Worldwide sat down with Stella Paul from India to discuss the links between sanitation, education, technology and gender-based violence.  Special thanks to World Pulse for facilitating this interview.

Interview with Needma Namadamu from the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Posted on 11.19.12

In October 2012, Women Thrive Worldwide sat down with Needma Namadamu from the Democratic Republic of the Congo to discuss violence against women and how women and girls with disabilities can be especially targeted.  Special thanks to World Pulse for facilitating this interview.