The early pandemic was a dark time for everyone in metropolitan Manila – especially youth.
In 2019, footage went viral of 22-year-old Alaa Salah leading Sudanese crowds in protest chants.
In Bangladesh’s patriarchal society, our counterpart organization, Nijera Kori, brings poor, marginalized women together in local groups.
The Sudanese constitution guarantees gender equality. But paradoxically, the “personal status laws” mandate a woman’s obedience to her husband.
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Achia Begum brings decades of zeal and resistance to her landless group in Bangaldesh.
Tatiana and allies came together in 2012 to form Poder Mestizo to provide a platform for diverse youth to express themselves through art, music, dance and social mobilization.
Mariam Sow is the Director of ENDA Pronat, a Senegalese NGO dedicated to supporting ecological agriculture, family farms, and women’s rights.