They call themselves “Agaseke”. It’s because they had “a vision ahead of them,” they explain, as they sit together weaving baskets and making beads.
This week, people across Rwanda are coming together to remember the terrible genocide 21 years ago, and to stand together for the future of their country.
Nigeria has elected a new president. But what role did women play in the elections?
This Saturday Nigerians will finally go to the polls after elections were postponed in early February for six weeks. But how involved are Nigerian women in the election process?
From WfWI trainer to Provincial Council Member in Parwan, Afghanistan, Hosai Bayani’s unlikely journey demonstrates the impact women leaders are having on a changing country.
When her husband died suddenly a few years ago, Roseline, age 50, knew she needed to find a way to support their eight children on her own.
Breaking the cycle of violence isn’t easy. But by sharing and applying what she learned in the WfWI training program, Mary was able to put a stop to the violence in her home.
When Christiana was unable to become pregnant and bear children, her husband became abusive. She found support in her network of friends in the WfWI training program.
It takes a lot of courage to advocate for yourself and your dreams. Maryam was inspired to return to school and become a teacher after enrolling in the WfWI program.