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Entrepreneurship Opportunities Help Youth in Kenyan Slums Succeed

Each year in Kenya, many youth migrate to cities like Nairobi, Kisumu, and Mombasa from rural settlements in search of “the urban dream.” Employment opportunities, electricity […]

Children's Rights, Employment, Entrepreneurship, Kenya, Teaching & Learning, The WIP Talk

Women Communicating for Social Change is Way of Life

by Brittany Lane and Nükhet Kardam – USA – Entrepreneurship, or the process of starting a business or organization, has long been essential for healthy and […]

Business & Economy, Entrepreneurship, Feature Articles, Feminism, Social Change, The World, Women in Leadership

Ima Keithel: A Symbol of Women’s Empowerment in Manipur

by Urmila Chanam –India– While the rest of India is fighting for respect and dignity of women, ‘Ima Keithel’ the all women market in Manipur symbolizes […]

Business & Economy, Feature Articles, India, Indigenous Culture, Women Entrepreneurs

Stories that Shine: Women Entrepreneurs in Baghdad and Beyond

Folk tales, Greek tragedies, age-old epics, and fables: stories are human currency, traded between people to forge friendships and alliances, to preserve cultures and warn against […]

Entrepreneurship, The WIP Talk, Women Entrepreneurs

Kenya’s Kazuri Bead Factory Allows Women from Kibera Slum to Build New Lives

by Sarah Wyatt – USA – Years of hardship and backbreaking labor in the riot-stricken slums of Kibera in south Kenya have worn 18 year old […]

Africa, Arts & Culture, Business & Economy, Craftsmanship, Feature Articles, Kenya, Poverty, Teaching & Learning, Women Entrepreneurs, Women's Empowerment