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Welcome to Our Fall Intern, Caroline Ayong

Caroline Ayong is studying for her masters degree in Public Health with a focus on Public Health Practice at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Her interests are health policy, global health and women’s... READ MORE

Harvesting to Heal

Three years following the Rwandan genocide, Sr. Mary Rose Mukukibogo founded the farming association Dususuruke to revitalize the agricultural economy. In the local language of Kinyarwanda, Dususuruke means “warm solidarity.” She was first... READ MORE

Female Parliamentarians in Sudan Setting Precedent

On the Sudanese Women Parliamentarians’ National Day, the first President of the Pan-African Parliament (PAP), Dr. Gertrude Mongella of Tanzania, commended the work female parliamentarians have accomplished in Sudan. She remarked, “I have... READ MORE

The Challenges of Human Trafficking in Nigeria

One of the major problems in Nigeria is transnational human trafficking. Women, primarily from Benin City in Edo State are trafficked to Italy and other European countries for exploitation purposes. It is estimated... READ MORE

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