Racheal Deyki is 26, smart and college-educated. Like thousands of young people raised on farms in Ghana, she thought she would move to the city, perhaps to become a banker. But today finds her talking with a farmer on the edge of a field in Brong Ahafo, the breadbasket of Ghana.
Grameen Foundation Insights
The global movement to end poverty and hunger depends on the constant exchange of experience and ideas. That’s why we are eager to share our experiences with people like you.
Our Insights blog shares lessons learned from leaders in the field; examines efforts to bring resources and services to poor communities; and reviews how poverty-focused organizations are using data for greater impact.
03/10/2017 by Sybil Chidiac
03/08/2017 by Steve Hollingworth and Kathleen Stack
We take pride this International Women’s Day and celebrate, knowing each of us works daily to empower and embolden women to overcome poverty in their lives. This vision of a world free of hunger and poverty is only attainable if we continue to build opportunity for women.
02/07/2017 by Gigi Gatti and Tina Hipolito
This article originally appeared in Food Tank and is reprinted with permission.
01/19/2017 by Bobbi Gray
Many people consider the book, Men are from Mars, Women Are from Venus, by Dr. John Gray a classic. While it describes how men and women can better understand and relate to each other, it starts from the premise that men and women are simply from different planets. We don’t think or behave alike. We have different expectations for a relationship.
11/18/2016 by Steve Hollingworth and Kathleen Stack
Last Tuesday, we spoke with supporters about plans for our newly combined organization, highlighting strategies to empower poor women and create a world without poverty and hunger. As our two organizations join forces, we were excited to take this opportunity to hear your questions and share our perspectives.