Empowering Women Citizen Journalists: An Interview with Cristi Hegranes

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It was written in very scribbled Nepali, her literacy skills were incredibly rudimentary, but what she ended up writing was a piece of journalism. Our office in Rwanda was supposed to be our next office opening anytime now, but because of the war in the Congo, visas and business licenses and things like that have been put on hold. We are also in discussions about the whole process of getting international nonprofit licenses in different countries.

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Abby Rosenheck, Urban Sprouts, Interview Transcript

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Abby Rosenheck: Well sort of in a technical way we talk about it influencing schools in four areas: one is health and nutrition, one is eco-literacy (which goes beyond environmental knowledge and awareness to really making change in your life in terms of environmental responsibility) and then youth development, helping young people build new skills and assets inside themselves in different ways, and then academic achievement. License