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Archive for May 2016

Meet The Interns: Hey, Sanjani!

Meet our Women Crush Wednesday of the week, Sanjani! A mother of two, family service consultant, and ‘House of Cards’ fan, Sanjani joined WEA for the month of May as our Special Projects Fellow. She’s brought her years of expertise working with grassroots organizations to her time with us, and continues to have such an…

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Meet the Interns: Hey, Janice!

WEA envisions a world where women are resourced and communities are thriving, and our team of incredible summer interns play a key role in making this vision come true for WEA. They’re passionate, hard-working, and we couldn’t be more thrilled to see what their energy and creativity will bring to this work and movement. So…

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Nigerian Women Risk Their Health to Feed their Families

WEA is honored and proud to share that our Nigeria Project Lead, Olanike Olugboji, was recently featured in TIME Magazine, sharing an important issue that’s at the heart of our collaborative WISE Women’s Clean Cookstoves Project. “Over 98,000 Nigerian women die annually from use of firewood. If a woman cooks breakfast, lunch and dinner, it…

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