For Women’s Microfinance Initiative true change is more than simply lend a certain amount of money to rural women in East Africa but offering financial literacy training as well so they can actually achieve economic independence.
The more I interview female entrepreneurs, the more I see how many answers lie within us and how much potential we have to change the world.
Cambodia Civil War’s legacy teared down the social fabric of the country for decades. During the 1970s, genocide, violence, illiteracy rates, fear and disempowerment spread across most of the population leaving the economy heavily dependent until nowadays on garment, agriculture and tourism industries.
Cambodian women were affected the most by the armed conflict and the nation’s own gender violence dynamics.
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