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Thursday, 29 January 2015 19:36

Meet Anna

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Reminding ourselves why we do what we do

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The women of Bergnek work hard every day to produce the menstrual kits needed by the girls and women in Bergnek and other communities around South Africa. Sometimes they and all of us, are so close to our daily routines that we get lost in what we do, and so it is always an invigorating experience to meet some of the girls who benefit from their work and hear first hand about the difference they make and the contributions they make to their community.

Friday, 31 October 2014 21:38

Growing the Right Food

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Growing the Right Food

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As we build more of our Vegetable Food Walls we realize how important it is to make the right selections in each community and to consult as broad a group as possible within the community. Just using healthy as the guiding factor, doesn't make for the best choices. While our My World, My Garden and My World in a Garden programs are successful, we'd like to share what that means to us.

Friday, 31 October 2014 21:02

and they will Drink

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Water, Water everywhere... and they will Drink

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Excitement is in the Air!! Our trip is underway, with EWB already on the ground in Bergnek and me heading there this weekend. From all reports so far, things are proceeding as planned and we have a number of additional meetings tduring the Week of November 3, to finalize a few things. There is a lot of excitement in the air as this has been in the planning stages for over two years and it is finally coming into reality.

Friday, 31 October 2014 17:23

Strength and Resilience through Equality

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GirlStuff is about Equality

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The GirlStuff initiative and business is grounded in equality. It is not about dominance or tipping the scales one another. It is about bringing a balance to communities, as they grow into the future, in which every person is embraced, accepted and valued because they are a person. 

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