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Adefunke M Adewole and Sarah Yapwa: Gombe State, Nigeria
Adefunke and Sarah attended a Women and Water Training hosted and sponsored by the GWWI in February 2010 where they learned how to build composting toilets. These two women recently introduced this technology in their home community. Read More »
 

 

"Advancing gender equality, through reversing the various social and economic handicaps that make women voiceless and powerless, may also be one of the best ways of saving the environment…The voice of women is critically important for the world's future—not just for women's future. "
-Amartya Sen, Nobel Peace Laureate
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