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Links 1 through 10 of 12 by Karen Huffman tagged women

MADRE's partners are grassroots women's groups. War, disaster and their aftermath threaten local communities. The projects MADRE runs are guided by the priorities of local communities and are led by women.

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Source: Twitter @iain2008 "Perhaps there is only 1 more voice needed to protect women and children for peace to come to the world - maybe yours?"

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Canadian Crossroads International (CCI) has lots of programs targeted towards women.

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Helping women survivors of war rebuild their lives.

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Source: The Nature Conservancy. Do women have the power to heal the world's waters? Learn more...

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Online petitions for social change. Causes include animals, criminal justice, education, environment, gay rights, health, human rights, human trafficking, immigrant rights, poverty in America, sustainable food, and women's rights.

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Women aren't the problem, they are the solution. The best way to fight poverty and extremism is to educate and empower women and girls.

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Professional house cleaning maid services for women with cancer.

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"Women at the Forefront is a multimedia project that examines the struggles of war and conflict as experienced by women living in some of the world’s most dangerous places. Often marginalized and facing the daily threat of extreme violence, these women typically have little or no input in forming policy. Yet even as they fight for basic human rights, they play crucial roles in the restoration of communities, families, laws, and traditions and foster reconciliation both within their nations and across borders."

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