Women Code a Better Future in Latin America

As a young woman growing up in a shantytown in Lima, Peru, the idea of earning more money in a single paycheck than her family saw in months, maybe years, would’ve been laughable. But 17-year-old Mirella Acelo is learning computer coding and is on her way to a well-paid career. Every day, Mirella makes her... Continue Reading →

Advancing Poverty, Advancing Girls

Eti, a young girl in Bangladesh, wears a bright red printed dress. She stands next to a wash bucket, and behind her, laundry hangs to dry. Eti should be in school, but instead she is a domestic worker--a child laborer, like so many young girls across the globe. Poverty includes everything from hunger, lack of... Continue Reading →

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