Malala Speaks to UN: Pakistani Teen Hero Appears on Her 16th Birthday
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Groups tackle taboos surrounding menstruation that are holding women back in India
FBI rescues child prostitutes
Burka Avenger: Cool or controversial?
Caroline Kennedy appointment expected to help Japanese women
As new U.S. Ambassador, Kennedy would be a visible role model overseas
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$10 Well Spent
Light Up a Girl’s Life
Got a light? The answer in much of the developing world is "no"—and with no electricity available, residents have to turn to expensive and unhealthy kerosene for illumination. But Solar Sister is working to change that. The nonprofit helps rural African women become entrepreneurs by providing them with clean energy alternatives, such as solar panels, to sell to their community. One success story: Zuura (above), from Ghana, who earned enough money to put herself through nursing school. Your $10 buys a light to donate through a schools initiative, meaning a motivated student can keep studying long after the sun goes down. Donate here.
Indiana Girls Collaborative Project Collaboration Forum
Women's Leadership Conference Las Vegas 2013
2013 Women In Green Forum - West Coast Forum "Driving Innovation Through Leadership"