Myanmar – On International Women’s Day, March 8th, 2017 it is important to recognize women who make significant contributions to their communities.
Growing up in Mogadishu, I acquired a number of skills in different areas such as car washing and painting. These skills became so important when I got to Yemen. For the 20 years that I lived there, I switched jobs, depending on what paid best.
Afghanistan - Walking into the narrow, cramped courtyard of Shamsur Rahman’s home in Jalalabad city, it is difficult to imagine that his family of ten can live there.
Mongolia – Nyamdulam and her family had been herders in Zavkhan Province, in remote north-west Mongolia for Nyamdulam’s whole life. In Zavkhan Province, Nyamdulam’s family had over 300 head of livestock including sheep, yak, camels, cows and horses. As is the case for many Mongolians, their livestock were their whole livelihood.
Papua New Guinea - They say a friend in need is a friend indeed. For many people, Enid Barlong Kantha is the epitome of this saying. From a young age, Enid has always had a heart for helping people – a passion that her parents instilled in her at a very young age.