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Category Archives: Poverty Eradication & Alleviation
When you educate a girl in Africa, everything changes. She’ll be 3 times less likely to get HIV/AIDS, earn 25% more income and have a smaller, healthier family. ~ Ann Cotton, CAMFED Founder, organization that empowers African women through education
A simple bicycle, even a wooden one can help break the poverty trap. Many Africans spend up to 4 hrs each day walking and 1/4 of their income on transport. ~ Project Rwanda Cargo Bikes