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Archive for July 2011

A Trainer-in-Training shares her story from the 2011 East African Women and Water Advanced Training

The following blog post was written by Advanced Training Participant Nansubuga Immaculate.  Immaculate is a Trainer-In-Training at the 2011 East African Women and Water Advanced Training in Kampala, Uganda, where she is training to become a Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) practitioner. She has come to the training from Katosi, Uganda, along with two other women…

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Saving the San Francisco Peaks

Plans are underway to lay down 14 miles of pipeline up to the top of the San Francisco Peaks where a 10 million gallon wastewater reservoir will be created to generate artificial snow. Why? To increase the number of annual skiable days at Arizona Snowbowl. The Peaks, which rise to 12,000 feet above Flagstaff, Arizona…

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Scenes from the 2011 East African Women and Water Training

The 2011 East African Women and Water Training in Uganda has concluded, and what a success it was!  We invite you to take a look at photos from these inspiring two weeks: Be sure to check back in with us—we will be posting more on the Training soon.  We can’t wait to share with you…

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10K and one week to go to meet our 150K match from the 2011 Gala!

Dear Friends, The train keeps on moving at Women’s Earth Alliance, but we want to take a moment to remember the previous stop: our 5-Year Anniversary Gala, Unlocking the Future. The night was a resounding success; we raised our voices, we laughed and celebrated, no one’s car got towed, and thanks to the generosity of our attendees and…

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When Women Face the Music, We All Get To Sing

This week WEA is featured in HuffPost Impact‘s article “Changing the Channel From Fear: When Women Face the Music, We All Get To Sing.”  The post includes an interview with WEA Co-Director Melinda Kramer. Leah Lamb writes, These women are facing straight into the challenges of their communities and are finding ways to live in…

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