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30

October 30, 2013   /  By Anam Raheem

Anam Raheem, program coordinator for Middle East and North African programs, recounts the first two days and trainings of the VV GROW program in Amman, Jordan.  Read More

Oct
27

October 27, 2013   /  By Anam Raheem

VV GROW launches in Amman, Jordan with 27 women entrepreneurs from 11 countries in the Middle East and North Africa. They meet for four days of intensive training and networking with VV network members, experts, and others to learn and collaborate as businesswomen.  Read More

Oct
25

October 25, 2013

VV GROW Fellows in Nicaragua present two-minute elevators pitches to a panel of judges on their third day of training, walking away with positive feedback, new ideas, and contacts to grow their businesses.  Read More

Oct
24

October 24, 2013

On the second day of VV GROW Nicaragua, Fellows shared inspiring stories and deepend their understanding of finances and growth strategy.  Read More

Oct
23

October 23, 2013

The VV GROW Fellowship Program launched today in Nicaragua — 29 women entrepreneurs from 14 countries will grow their enterprises with new knowledge, skills and networks.  Read More

Oct
23

October 23, 2013   /  By Gigi M. Scoles

On October 16, Be the Voice, a pop-shop featuring fair trade and slave-free products at Soho's Voce Di, hosted a panel discussion on sex-trafficking with Gigi Scoles, the new director of Human Rights at Vital Voices, Katie Ford of Ford Models and founder of Freedom for All, and Shandra Woworuntu, a survivor of sex-trafficking herself. Read More

Oct
11

October 11, 2013   /  By Ruth Vaughan, Human Rights Legal Fellow

We're celebrating International Day of the Girl Child by shining a spotlight on innovative leaders working for girls' empowerment around the world.  Read More

Oct
11

October 11, 2013   /  By Alyse Nelson, president and chief executive officer

In Malala and the girls of her generation, we see a style of leadership that is well suited to addressing the challenges we face. Read More

Oct
02

October 02, 2013   /  By Karine Lepillez, Program Manager - Africa

"Imagine the women who depend on plants only, like beans and maize," said Jessica Sekyeru. "At the end of the day, the drought catches you and you are totally out." Learn more about SPARC Uganda's campaign to support women farmers. Read More

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