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Americans for UNFPA's Global Approach to Women's Activism
    Odunola Ojewumi, a college student who won UNFPA's Student Award, journeys to Central America to learn about women's issues.

The Spirit of Activism Starts with an Education
    Odunola Ojewumi, a college student who won UNFPA's Student Award, journeys to Central America to learn about women's issues.

Putting an End to Global Violence Against Women
    Odunola Ojewumi, a college student who won UNFPA's Student Award, journeys to Central America to learn about women's issues.

One Woman Opens Doors for Generation of Girls
    Odunola Ojewumi, a college student who won UNFPA's Student Award, journeys to Central America to learn about women's issues.

Discovering Women's "Safe Space" in Guatemala
    Odunola Ojewumi, a college student who won UNFPA's Student Award, journeys to Central America to learn about women's issues.

Meeting the Guatemalan Girls of Abriendo Oportunidades
    Odunola Ojewumi, a college student who won UNFPA's Student Award, journeys to Central America to learn about women's issues.

Exhausted in Antigua, the Land of Eternal Spring
    Odunola Ojewumi, a college student who won UNFPA's Student Award, journeys to Central America to learn about women's issues.

Seeking Inspiration from Maryland to Guatemala City
    Odunola Ojewumi, a college student who won UNFPA's Student Award, journeys to Central America to learn about women's issues.

On the Road Again: The Mongolia Charity Rally
    Drive Like a Woman's Michele Shapiro is at it again, driving with a team from London to Mongolia for charity.

The Butterfly Effect: Female Independence
    Zainab Salbi reflects on the past 20 years, the women she's met and the life lessons she's learned.

The Butterfly Effect: Qatar
    One woman reflects on the meaning of religious dress in the country of Qatar.

The Butterfly Effect: Facing Our Darkness
    One woman recounts the cruelty behind the Rwandan genocide and the need to help the countless orphans left in its wake.

The Butterfly Effect: It's a Small World After All
    Zainab Salbi, the founder of the humanitarian group Women for Women International, explores the often untapped and underappreciated capacity of women around the world to cause major and lasting change for good.

The Butterfly Effect
    You would think that growing up in Iraq during the Iran-Iraq war and eventually spending much of my professional life in war zones (I work with women survivors of war) would make me immune from the sadness brought about loss and death.

The Butterfly Effect
    This is about the need for women to stand up together in this time more than any other time.

The Butterfly Effect
    I have been traveling the world all my life now and I have never gotten used to adjusting and assimilating seamlessly from one extreme environment to another.

The Butterfly Effect
    I realized that I would be in Gaza on New Year 's Eve, a place that is besieged, destroyed, and I doubted there will be much celebration on that evening.

The Butterfly Effect
    Jameela was tortured. She was hanged from her hands for long periods, she was put in solitary confinement for about 6 months, and had drops of water dripping on her forehead for hours at a time. She described her torture calmly.

The Butterfly Effect
    I realized that I would be in Gaza on New Year 's Eve, a place that is besieged, destroyed, and I doubted there will be much celebration on that evening.

The Butterfly Effect
    Tom’s shoes became a witness of the land I stepped on and the stories I encounter.




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