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As global leaders adopt a new development agenda, Women for Women International is sharing lessons with partners and allies to ensure women in the poorest countries are not left behind. 

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Kinda was just 15 years old when she first came to Kawergosk Refugee Camp in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KRI) – one of 11.5 million Syrians forced to flee their homes since the outbreak of war

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For more than 20 years, Women for Women International has supported over 462,000 of the most marginalised women in eight countries devastated by conflict.

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Graduation marks an important milestone for the women in our programs, as they celebrate all they have accomplished together over the past year with determination and resilience. 

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Longtime WfWI supporter Lauri Pastrone and her 15-year-old daughter Giovanna participated in the 3-day, 75-miles Bosnia Peace March this past July to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide.

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On my recent visit to Bosnia to take part in the annual Peace March remembering the Srebrenica genocide, I was also able to visit a few of the

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Inspired to make a difference, longtime WfWI supporter Tracy Craighead joined the Bosnia Peace March last month to support women survivors of war and honor those killed in the Srebrenica genocide 20 years ago.

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On my recent visit to Bosnia to take part in the annual Peace March remembering the Srebrenica genocide, I was also able to visit a few of the over 30 women’s association that have been set up by some of the 35

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Violeta Mulaj meticulously flipped through her portfolio booklet of handicrafts and tailoring works. An old sewing table and machine sat in the corner, and its creations hung from every spare space and ledge.

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Violeta Mulaj meticulously flipped through her portfolio booklet of handicrafts and tailoring works. An old sewing table and machine sat in the corner, and its creations hung from every spare space and ledge.

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