Ma Tcho Ma, in Myanmar

For the first time ever, I have bought rice wholesale! I cook on the road side, for the neighbors and people passing by. With six other women, we set up a group of [...]

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In Haiti: PALMIS Enèji

72% of Haitian households have no access to electricity and use candles or kerosene lamps, from which the light is too weak for housework or schoolwork [...]

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Working for women through social microfinance

Among the disadvantaged populations of developing countries, women are among the most vulnerable. They have less access to education, find it harder to obtain official documents [...]

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New wood-burning stove tested in Burkina Faso

Reducing deforestation, cutting solid fuel costs, and lessening the harmful effects of smoke on their families’ health – this is the triple objective [...]

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