Topic : Girls’ development
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Managing any type of social enterprise is truly a tightrope act: you have to find this perfect balance between implementing effective programming, while also keeping yourself afloat administratively.
Positive Coaching Alliance Founder Jim Thompson on Three Game-time Concepts to Help You On and Off the Field
Born to a middle class family in Afghanistan, Sakena and her siblings were raised in an environment where they were expected to go to school. In her youth, Sakena was accepted to medical school but was unable to attend, as there was no dormitory for girls. Instead her father sent her to the U.S. for school to receive a degree in biological sciences and later a masters in public health.
#LeadYoung - Saving gorillas by saving people: how Gladys Kalema transformed her teenage passion for animals into a radical social innovation
As a new graduate from veterinary school, Dr. Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka invented her first job.
Two girls in Bangalore saw the problem of waste around them.
#LeadYoung - Where the wild things start: How Nicole Rycroft’s early love of nature inspired her environmental career
If anyone understands the profound transformation of society that is now upon us, it is Robin Chase.
A social entrepreneur known for building huge, global coalitions, Jeroo first started in Mumbai, working with street children.