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Meet you at the goat market! In Haiti, women participate in a 18-month intensive business program. Watch one group of graduates pass on their knowledge to the next. This program is called Granmoun Tet Nou which is Creole for “our best selves.” ♀

#InternationalWomensDay #IWD2020 #EachForEqual

Granmoun Tet Nou Program

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Mulki Bai spends her days hiking over the Rajasthani hills, looking to bring maternal health to remote villages. Caroline Makena Kinyua is a teacher who took a risk to broaden her student’s horizons through the power of theatre. In Ecuador, women everyday are breaking tradition by going to school to get an education and thrive through their Minga bracelet business.

These are only a few of...

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This is the completed school-kitchen and dining hall from Los Rios in the Amazon, this picture was taken on the eve of the grand opening of the kitchen! It’s very rare to have a photo at dusk from Amazon because our teams do not travel on the river at night, as it’s very unpredictable. So it’s not often you see classrooms lit up with electricity ⚡

The person featured in this photo is Ismael...

Timeline Photos

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In January 2010 a 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck Haiti, destabilizing the country. One decade later, WE Charity looks at the rebuilding efforts in the countryside.

10 pivotal moments, 10 years after the Haiti Earthquake

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School supplies for Carla and her class. ✏

Clean for Nepapa.

Health care for Rose. ❤

This #GivingTuesday, #GiftGood with gifts that change lives:

#GiftGood with WE on #GivingTuesday

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On #WorldAIDSDay, a woman in Kenya shares how HIV/AIDS stigma shattered her life and the steps she’s taken to rebuild it.

Woman fights HIV stigma in Kenya on World AIDS Day

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A 13-year-old was forced to drop out of school to get married. But her friends weren’t going to let it happen without a fight. On #InternationalDayoftheGirlChild, meet the girls fighting #childmarriage in Ethiopia.

#DayoftheGirl

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WE Charity’s Agricultural Learning Center helps farmers in Ecuador’s Amazon region revive failing crops. But can these small-scale farmers take a chunk out of the global chocolate market?

A cacao graveyard comes back to life - WE Stories

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Happy #InternationalCoffeeDay!

Watch how ME to WE Coffee farmer Carmen Chavez is teaching her daughter to be courageous and strong, in an unconventional way.

Meet the coffee queen of Ecuador

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In Kenya’s Maasai Mara, doctors from Baraka Hospital team up with American medics for a specialized peer-to-peer program with patient care at its heart.

Read how the trip inspired passion, perspective and partnership between colleagues from across the world.

Medical volunteer trip in Kenya

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