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Posted on 03.28.13

Interview with Stella from India

In October 2012, Women Thrive Worldwide sat down with Stella Paul from India to discuss the links between sanitation, education, technology and gender-based violence.  Special thanks to World Pulse for facilitating this interview.

Interview with Needma Namadamu from the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Posted on 11.19.12

In October 2012, Women Thrive Worldwide sat down with Needma Namadamu from the Democratic Republic of the Congo to discuss violence against women and how women and girls with disabilities can be especially targeted.  Special thanks to World Pulse for facilitating this interview.

Interview with Hummingbird from Syria

Posted on 11.19.12

In October 2012, Women Thrive Worldwide sat down with Hummingbird from Syria to discuss the status of women and girls in her country and to learn how technology can help prevent gender-based violence.  Special thanks to World Pulse for facilitating this interview.

Suraya Pakzad on Violence Against Women in Afghanistan

Posted on 07.18.12

An interview with Suraya Pakzad, one of TIME's 100 most influential people in 2009 and the founder of Voice of Women Organization (VWO). VWO provides direct protection to women and girls at risk in Afghanistan and focuses on education, womens rights awareness and advocacy.

Jacqueline Patino World Pulse Interview

Posted on 07.18.12

Women Thrive Worldwide sits down with Jacqueline Patino from Bolivia to discuss the importance of the International Violence Against Women Act (IVAWA). Special thanks to World Pulse for facilitating this interview.

Mongolia Leads the Way on Gender

Posted on 05.04.12
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Ritu Sharma, President and Co-Founder of Women Thrive Worldwide, presented an award at the Millennium Challenge Corporation's first annual Global Development Forum to Mongolia for making gender central to the country’s development.

Obama Administration Prioritizes Ending Violence Against Women and Girls

Posted on 04.18.12

Since President Obama took office in 2009, his Administration has been making huge strides to ensure that ending violence against women and girls is a top priority.  Take a look back at some recent achievements and then thank the Obama Administration for their continued efforts.

Women Thrive Worldwide Signs A Community Statement for World Water Day 2012

Posted on 03.19.12

Women Thrive Worldwide, in conjunction with more than two dozen NGOs and non-profits, signed on to a community statement that details how important access to clean water is for U.S. foreign assistance goals.

Update: Crisis in the Horn of Africa

Posted on 03.15.12

Women Thrive Worldwide's Director of Global Development gives an update on the crisis in the Horn of Africa.