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Our Guiding Principles  Non-Judgmental,   Integrity,  Trusting,  Self-Empowerment,  Sharing.

Our Guiding Principles Non-Judgmental, Integrity, Trusting, Self-Empowerment, Sharing.

Gender Equality-In developing countries, 1 in 3 girls is married by the time she turns 18. That's 14 million girls per year, and nearly 39,000 girls daily--Pregnancy and childbirth is the leading cause of death of 15-19 year-old girls in the developing world--Girls are 3x more likely to be malnourished than boys--65 million girls are missing from primary and secondary school--[Click on this image to find a short video and analysis exploring the causes of the distorted sex ratio in India]

Gender Equality-In developing countries, 1 in 3 girls is married by the time she turns 18. That's 14 million girls per year, and nearly 39,000 girls daily--Pregnancy and childbirth is the leading cause of death of 15-19 year-old girls in the developing world--Girls are 3x more likely to be malnourished than boys--65 million girls are missing from primary and secondary school--[Click on this image to find a short video and analysis exploring the causes of the distorted sex ratio in India]

Gender is not – and never was – just about men. For decades, we have been working to empower women.  www.undp.org  Photo: UNDP

Gender is not – and never was – just about men. For decades, we have been working to empower women. www.undp.org Photo: UNDP

Alsi from Somalia. Her portrait was featured in the outdoor photo exhibition by Jacek Herok entitled “INNI-OBCY-SWOI” aiming to show residents and visitors of Warsaw that refugees make an integral part of the Polish society. © J. Herok/2012

Alsi from Somalia. Her portrait was featured in the outdoor photo exhibition by Jacek Herok entitled “INNI-OBCY-SWOI” aiming to show residents and visitors of Warsaw that refugees make an integral part of the Polish society. © J. Herok/2012

"I want to be that feminist who changes the world." - Sarah Nannyondo, MEMPROW Girls Network, Uganda

"I want to be that feminist who changes the world." - Sarah Nannyondo, MEMPROW Girls Network, Uganda

Daughter's birthday cake. Trapped as a jpeg for over 1 year and 11 months.  Free private photo storage with a free Basic account: http://www.heritagemakers.com/savingstories

Daughter's birthday cake. Trapped as a jpeg for over 1 year and 11 months. Free private photo storage with a free Basic account: http://www.heritagemakers.com/savingstories

Top 10 Women to Admire In The World Today-Greatest Rolemodels

Top 10 Women to Admire In The World Today-Greatest Rolemodels

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