Water is a women’s issue. It’s an important adage, one that highlights how we expect governments to prioritize investments in safe drinking water, sanitation, hygiene (WASH), and water resource management. It links to the theme of this year’s World Water Day, too.
Tag: Women’s History Month
Here we are in 2013. You may wonder, is there really still a need for an International Women’s Day?The answer, in short, is an unabashed yes!
The course of my life changed when I met Mrs. C. She has quite possibly been one of the most influential forces in my life. Mrs. C served as an example for me and for countless women and men across the country, simply because she spent the sum of her life working to be and […]