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May 2017

Americans drink almost $1 billion dollars worth of coconut water. What does that mean for coconut farmers? Do you know what it takes to fight anemia in India? Find out about our successful program in West Bengal that protects the health of pregnant women and newborns. Read our blog lately? You may want to read about three ways to increase financial inclusion in West Africa. What's brewing?? Check out this story about what it takes to grow coffee in Colombia.

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April/May 2017

What does this Mother’s Day look like for women in poverty? Do you know the facts to fight global poverty? We've got a test for you. How do savings groups make a difference in peoples lives where drought has ruined so much? What can health volunteers offer families in their communities when faced with a health crisis?

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March 2017

We see it every day - the right information helps people make the best decisions. For Adjoa, it meant finally growing enough maize to support her family. Omolola is happy she will have a better chance of a safe delivery. And with Gadi's help, poor women in Chennai will be able to expand their businesses.

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February/March 2017

A health crisis can thrust a family more deeply into poverty. Read how women in India are improving health and nutrition in their community and how indigenous women in Peru are relieving stress through volleyball. And learn how wealth creation officers are helping farmers in Kenya thrive.

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January 2017

Healthcare remains a huge challenge in the communities we serve. Learn how Josephine survived a pregnancy scare in Bénin and how we combined microfinance and health to help women in the Philippines. Also, meet Cesar, who says farming changed his life completely.

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December 2016

In our last issue of 2016, we salute the millions of women who feed the world. Learn how Maria is helping her community in Colombia to rebuild and prosper following years of armed conflict, and how women's savings groups are protecting children from hunger. And meet Maam Ginging who is determined to build a strong legacy for her family.

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