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Leaders of the pack: Women in Ghana add entrepreneurship to their resumes

Topics: Economic Development, Education, Governance, Innovation, Livelihoods, Microfinance, Women
Countries: Ghana

Women in Ghana conduct business. Photo: IITA Image Library (flickr)

Ghanaian women are not just mothers, daughters and wives, but also, entrepreneurs!! Education, microfinance and  national stability have helped them in this journey which is taking the female labor force in Ghana to little more than 50%.

For news on this, go to the Link below:
http://globalenvision.org/2011/11/23/leaders-pack-women-ghana-add-entrepreneurship-their-resumes

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‘Ugly Indians’ clean up the Indian city Bangalore

November 30, 2011 Leave a comment
Some Bangaloreans (residents of Bangalore, the Indian city) call themselves as ‘the Ugly Indians’ and taken upon themselves the responsibility of cleaning the dirty streets of the city!!!!

For News on this, click the Link below:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-15769402

Nobel Peace Prize appreciates women rights activists

Nobel Peace Prize for 2011 has been awarded jointly to three women – Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Liberian Leymah Gbowee and Tawakul Karman of Yemen.

The women had led the non-violent struggle for women’s political rights
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Steve Jobs cult!

Steve Jobs’s, a combination of myth and miracle.

For News on this, click the Link below:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-15194365

The Woman Of The Future


Astrid Aafjes was honored as an Ashoka ChangemakeHER, Changemakers’s inaugural celebration of the world’s most influentual and inspiring women. Find her fellow honorees’ voices here.

by Astrid Aafjes, Founder and Executive Director, Women Win

Reference Link
http://www.changemakers.com/stories/the-woman-of-the-future

Courtesy
changemakers

Planting hope

 

 

Reference Link
http://www.hindu.com/mp/2011/06/28/stories/2011062850130600.htm

Courtesy
The Hindu

HuffPost Greatest Person Of The Day: Melissa Arlio Donates Kidney To Start Altruistic Chain

Courtesy : Huffington Post