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#WomenInspire –- And Build A Better Future

Conrad Person | Posted 06.03.2014 | Impact
Conrad Person

Many people know Mrs. Deloris Jordan as the mother of world famous basketball player Michael Jordan. But she is also an accomplished author, philanthropist and, to my mind, a visionary.

Community Action To Save And Improve The Lives Of Mothers And Their Children

Fatima Shahryar | Posted 05.31.2014 | Impact
Fatima Shahryar

Life seemed to have lost its meaning for Zareena Bibi. Her babies died, one after the other, very soon after they were born. Her family had become distant, and she too became convinced that God was unhappy with her. Access to a doctor changed Zareena's life.

Women Inspire: Championing Change In Sri Lanka

Doris Bartel | Posted 05.25.2014 | Impact
Doris Bartel

One by one, champions for change are building a better world for themselves and changing what has too long been accepted as "normal" to make a better world for future generations.

Young #WomenInspire Us To #InvestInGirls

Lindsay Menard-Freeman | Posted 05.18.2014 | Impact
Lindsay Menard-Freeman

The 2015 Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) generated unprecedented political will and funding for girls' and women's health and rights. Unfortunately though, the MDGs are quickly coming to an end just when we are beginning to gain momentum.

Women Who Inspire, And Surprise

Molly Melching | Posted 05.17.2014 | Impact
Molly Melching

Women like Marième surprise and inspire us all as they take new knowledge, share it with others and turn knowledge into action in their communities. The goal they have for their families resonates with all of us because it is a universal one -- to ensure that children are educated, safe, healthy and able to reach their full potential.

Women Who Inspire: Maternal Health In Karamoja

Diane Fender | Posted 05.13.2014 | Impact
Diane Fender

In rural villages, urban centers, hospitals and communities around the world women, and girls are leaders, visionaries and investors on the front lines of change. Though their stories are often untold, throughout history women and girls have shaped the fabric of societies.