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Nov
19

November 19, 2014   /  By Dr. Victoria Kisyombe

Vital Voices honoree Dr. Victoria Kisyombe marks Women's Entrepreneurship Day with reflections on the power of micro-leasing in Tanzania. Read More

Nov
11

November 11, 2014   /  By Danielle Irons, 2014 VV GROW Fellow, Jamaica

What happens when you join a group of women who are committed to building successful businesses, supporting each other, and impacting people in their community? Read Danielle's perspective on the VV GROW training.  Read More

Nov
06

November 06, 2014   /  By Olabisi Talabi, 2014 VV GROW Fellow

Meet Olabisi Talabi, Managing Director of Landmark Foods Ltd, Nigeria, and a 2014 VV GROW Fellow. Read More

Oct
27

October 27, 2014   /  By Anam Raheem, Vital Voices MENA Program Coordinator

After four months of rigorous virtual training, the 23 Middle East and North Africa (MENA) women business owners of the 2014-2015 VV GROW Fellowship cohort gathered in Amman, Jordan.  Read More

Oct
22

October 22, 2014   /  By Terri-Ann Brown-Palmer, 2014 VV GROW Fellow,

VV GROW in-person training market a turning point in my life, both personally and professionally.  Read More

Oct
22

October 22, 2014   /  By Susan Davis, Chair of the Board & Alyse Nelson, President and CEO

We mourn the passing of Dr. Carol Lancaster, longtime friend of Vital Voices, leader, teacher and advocate for global women's leadership. Read More

Oct
20

October 20, 2014   /  By Chido Govera, 2014 VVLead Fellow, Zimbabwe

VVLead Fellow Chido Govera talks about the innovations of women working in agriculture and food production.  Read More

Oct
16

October 16, 2014   /  By Nancy Obi, 2014 VVLead Fellow

Nancy Obi is using her agriculture business, OCI Farms, to empower women in food production and agriculture.  Read More

Oct
16

October 16, 2014   /  By Alli Herget, VVLead Fellowship Program Intern

VVLead Fellows leading initiatives for rural women will share their perspectives over the coming days in a blog mini-series.   Read More

Oct
15

October 15, 2014   /  By Agnes Fallah Kamara Umunna, 2014 VVLead Fellow

2014 VVLead Fellow Agnes Umunna asks: How did this happen? Why did the government of Liberia not do robotic and strong media coverage to prevent the spread of the Ebola Virus? And where is the rest of the world? Read More

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