Posts Tagged ‘Women’

Holistic Transformation in South Africa

Post a Comment » Written on January 4th, 2017     
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In partnership with the Zimele Wethu Foundation, the lives of thousands women and children in South Africa are being transformed. Zimele Wethu’s mission is for women, youth, and men in South African rural and township communities to be empowered to



What do you do with what you know?

Post a Comment » Written on October 13th, 2016     
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This post originally appeared in a ACT for Congo newsletter, a partner of CWR.

You may be overwhelmed by information on your devices today, but many people around the globe are still without access to many sources of information. How



Gernicia’s Pathway Out of Poverty

Post a Comment » Written on April 20th, 2015     
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100_0725 (2)Mache Kabrit, Haiti is a desolate place. It is located on the southern coast near the town of Côte-de-Fer, a remote place itself that has gotten some notoriety recently because it is the home of the current president of Haiti. …


Overcoming Obstacles to Empowerment in Cameroon

Post a Comment » Written on April 15th, 2015     
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Bellow_womenThe Hope for All community organization in Belo, Cameroon, has been empowering women in small groups through chicken-raising in a CWR-funded project called Pass on the Gift. Two of the newly hatched chicks must be passed on to other women …


Deanna’s transformation

2 comments Written on April 1st, 2015     
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Goma 2014 11 (13)“Deanna” is an older woman, married to a man with several younger wives.  Her husband cast her aside, and she was left to live on the street. She found CWR partner HOLD, and became a Culinary Arts student. When she …