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  1. Artikel: This Syrian Doctor Is Building an Underground Hospital for Women and Girls
    Frauenrechte

    This Syrian Doctor Is Building an Underground Hospital for Women and Girls

    9. Januar 2018|News Deeply

    With Syria’s healthcare system crippled by conflict, women and children are dying. Mehr...

  2. Artikel: The Women Leading This Kenyan Environmental Group Are Thriving Where Men Failed
    Frauenrechte

    The Women Leading This Kenyan Environmental Group Are Thriving Where Men Failed

    4. Januar 2018|News Deeply

    Their small community business has supported hundreds and earned international recognition. Mehr...

  3. Artikel: Girls With Disabilities in India Face Forced Sterilization
    Wasser & Hygiene

    Girls With Disabilities in India Face Forced Sterilization

    4. Januar 2018|News Deeply

    Activists are fighting to protect the girls. Mehr...

  4. Artikel: Menstrual Cups and Reusable Pads Are Literally Changing Lives Uganda’s Refugee Camps
    Frauenrechte

    Menstrual Cups and Reusable Pads Are Literally Changing Lives Uganda’s Refugee Camps

    19. Dezember 2017|News Deeply

    Menstrual hygiene is a challenge for the women across Africa who lack access to sanitary products. Mehr...

  5. Artikel: Indian Courts Finally Consider Making Marital Rape Illegal
    Frauenrechte

    Indian Courts Finally Consider Making Marital Rape Illegal

    4. Dezember 2017|News Deeply

    The Delhi High Court is hearing petitions on whether to criminalize marital rape in India. Mehr...

  6. Artikel: Starved and Beaten: The Cost of Refusing to Be a Boko Haram Bomber
    Frauenrechte

    Starved and Beaten: The Cost of Refusing to Be a Boko Haram Bomber

    4. Dezember 2017|News Deeply

    Since 2009, Boko Haram insurgents have kidnapped thousands of women and girls in Nigeria. Mehr...

  7. Artikel: Scientists Are Still Discovering the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill's Longlasting Effects on Coral Reefs
    Umweltschutz

    Scientists Are Still Discovering the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill's Longlasting Effects on Coral Reefs

    4. Dezember 2017|News Deeply

    Scientists are trying to determine the fate of a sensitive and unique ecosystem. Mehr...

  8. Artikel: The Women of South Sudan Are Tackling the Famine Crisis Themselves
    Frauenrechte

    The Women of South Sudan Are Tackling the Famine Crisis Themselves

    14. September 2017|News Deeply und CHIME FOR CHANGE

    Many of the country’s women farmers are learning new skills to keep their families fed. Mehr...

  9. Artikel: Migrant Women Help New Generation of Female Refugee Leaders in Athens
    Citizenship

    Migrant Women Help New Generation of Female Refugee Leaders in Athens

    12. September 2017|News Deeply und CHIME FOR CHANGE

    The Melissa Network brings together leaders of the established migrant community in Greece. Mehr...

  10. Artikel: Women Aren't Just Victims of the Conflict in Yemen – They're Also the Heroes
    Frauenrechte

    Women Aren't Just Victims of the Conflict in Yemen – They're Also the Heroes

    11. September 2017|News Deeply und CHIME FOR CHANGE

    Women are helping those around them by organizing food relief and taking care of people in need. Mehr...