Generation Rwanda: Two Stories

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It includes personal testimonies, photographs, and artifacts. Another exhibit looks at past massacres in Armenia, Bosnia, Cambodia, The Holocaust, and other places of the world where genocide has taken place. You can find her story on the Generation Rwanda site).

10NTC: Are Nonprofits the New International Correspondents?

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Roger told us about his job as a writer for Mercy Corps , where he's traveled to places like the Congo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and most recently Haiti, writing about the man-made and natural disasters that have struck those places and the accompanying relief efforts.

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Win 2 Tickets to the Global Fund for Women 20th Anniversary Gala

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Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, the Honorable President of Liberia, as well as women leaders from Colombia, South Africa, Malaysia, Liberia, Bosnia/Herzogovina and Egypt will be honored at the event. Enter the raffle by sharing an inspiring story about a woman, or women, who you consider to be leaders. Submit your story (in 200 words or less) using the form on the Global Fund for Women's site.

[Book Interview] Nonprofit Example of Social Media Excellence: Women for Women International

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Though many of the countries we work in are talked about in the news (DR Congo, Iraq, Afghanistan, Sudan), some aren’t as well-known (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Nigeria) and we often need to explain why operating in these countries is important.

The Future of Fundraising, Part Two

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which means "enough," began online and moved offline to solidify a movement to create a better Bosnia and Herzegovina. Telling Better Stories: Fundraising Tips from #12NTC : People don’t give just because you ask them — they give because they find your message and organization’s mission compelling. If your organization would like to share how it has used tech and social media tools for online fundraising, send us your story.

Interview with Zainab Salbi, Founder of Women for Women International

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Her personal story is chronicled in the memoir, Between Two Worlds: Escape From Tyranny: Growing Up in the Shadow of Saddam. Literally, the safe haven for women is the only space where they can go, and learn, and share their stories. That's the story of Women for Women.

Support Women Survivors of War with $27/month

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A month ago I listened to Christine Karumba, the Country Director for Women for Women International in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, tell Honorata's story on the Voices on Genocide Prevention podcast.