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Posts Tagged ‘Water’

Calling African Women for Unique Opportunity

Along with our partner organizations we are seeking applicants for the Global Women’s Water Initiative (GWWI) 2010 West Africa Program.  This is a unique opportunity for African women who are working for water security and environmental sustainability in their communities. The GWWI is a joint venture of international organizations A Single Drop, Crabgrass, and Women’s…

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Give the Gift of Partnership

Instead of going to the mall… Give the gift of partnership, information sharing, and collaboration all in the name of environmental justice. Give $50 or more towards a Solidarity Grant to strengthen the work of a Native American grassroots environmental organization. Give a Women’s Earth Alliance Gift Card instead of more stuff, and you will…

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Give the Gift of a Clean Water

Instead of giving more stuff with more packaging… Give the gift of clean water, a way to earn money, and an empowered community. Give $50 or more towards a seed grant for an African woman leader to launch a sustainable water project in her community. Did you know that between Thanksgiving and New Year’s, Americans…

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Climate change’s affect on poor women

A new report out by the United Nations Population Fund has warned that women in developing countries will be the most vulnerable to climate change. “[Women] do most of the agricultural work, and are therefore affected by weather-related natural disasters impacting on food, energy and water, the report said.” Read an article about it from…

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Call for nominations! West African women leaders

We are looking for West African women leaders who are working for water security, health, and environmental sustainability in their communities. The Global Women’s Water Initiative (GWWI) is a joint venture of international organizations A Single Drop, Crabgrass, and Women’s Earth Alliance. The GWWI equips two-person teams of local African women leaders with technology training,…

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