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Periods Don’t Pause for Pandemics: Menstrual Hygiene Day 2020

“[My self-confidence] has increased because I know that every girl has the power to do anything since I was told that women are also strong people in the community.” – Akamo Sandrah, age [...]

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Periods Don’t Pause for Pandemics

On May 9, our local field partner POPOW (Prince of Peace Orphans and Widows – Vision) hosted a radio show that allowed girls to talk about how they are maintaining menstrual health and [...]

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Surge and ASSLHA Fight COVID-19 in Haiti

Haiti, often considered the poorest country in the Western hemisphere, recorded its first cases of COVID-19 on March 19. As of April 16, there have been 41 confirmed cases within the country’s [...]

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Ensuring Health Centers have Hand Washing Facilities

“In this critical time of COVID-19, I am overjoyed by the interventions in the hospital. There is so much need in the hospital – no sanitizers, no hand washing facilities, and no protective [...]

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Surge and POPOW Fighting COVID-19 in remote Ugandan villages

When Uganda learned about its first COVID-19 cases, much like the rest of the world, it sparked a rise of emotions including panic, fear, and uncertainty. Guidelines were passed by the Ministry [...]

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World Water Day: Water can help fight Climate Change

March 22nd, World Water Day, is when several thousands of organizations and people around the world celebrate water. It’s an opportunity to learn more about water-related issues, to be inspired, [...]

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“There is always something I can do” – Florence Ringe, POPOW Vision

March 8th, International Women’s Day, is a global day to celebrate all of the achievements of women – social, economic, culture, political, and more. It’s a day to celebrate, reflect, and [...]

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“Women are Vessels of Life” – Camille, CWIP

March 8th, International Women’s Day, is a global day to celebrate all of the achievements of women – social, economic, culture, political, and more. It’s a day to celebrate, reflect, and [...]

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357 Impacted in Baitoa, Dominican Republic

“My family has a water tank so we are mostly okay with water access but we have to pay 160 pesos a week…There’s been a drought for 7 months, so water does not come as often anymore. I can’t [...]

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180 People Impacted in Philippines with Help of Soroptomists

“For me, it’s really good. [We don’t] have to buy commercialized water, even [when] preparing milk for the infant. Before [the biosand filter] we experienced stomachaches, especially the kids.” [...]

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