Of new beginnings: Scaling economic opportunities for women through the Carol Bellamy WEAVE Fellowship
Haïfa and Abir dropped out of school at a young age due to social and financial difficulties. Like other women in their neighbourhoods, they did not have much to do.
Seeing Ousmane Koné dance, controlling his movements with the grace of a bird, there’s little to hint at the hardship the 29 year-old has overcome. Now, a professional dancer training
To follow Milwida Guevara’s career, through primary school teaching, federal politics in the Philippines and as an economist for the UN, is to inch ever closer the people she set
Tersoo, an only child who lost his father at age of 3, is from Adikpo in Kwande Local Government in Nigeria. As a teenager, Tersoo found himself in an environment driven
What can the private sector do to prevent violent extremism? That’s a question that Kristen O’Connell, GCERF’s lead on private sector partnerships, has been asked on repeat since she started
Like many of her peers, Mira’s dreams for a better future became clouded by the poverty of her circumstances growing up. Around her, she saw malnutrition, abandoned houses and unfinished