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Why Women & Girls?
It’s simple: In the world’s poorest communities, girls and women bear the brunt of poverty.
When families struggle to grow enough food to eat, or earn enough money to send all their kids to school, it’s the girls who are often the last to eat and first to be kept home from school.
In these same communities, it’s the women who are frequently denied the right to own the land they’ve farmed their entire lives.
And where girls and women are denied freedom to leave their homes or walk down a street, they struggle to earn a living, attend school or even visit a doctor.
But girls and women aren’t just the faces of the poverty; they’re also the key to overcoming it.
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