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Models of Reference Shaping a New Mozambique  

Models of Reference Shaping a New Mozambique  

Alexandra Machado’s organization Girl MOVE is creating a new generation of female leaders in Mozambique by providing them with role models, or “models of references” and support systems they need to thrive.

Hidden in Plain Sight

Ioana Sandescu Bauer and her team at eLiberare are tackling the pervasive issue of human trafficking in Romania by equipping all members of society with the awareness and prevention tools necessary to stay safe.  Rahet Bally Website Ioana Sandescu Bauer, President of Board of Directorsat eLiberare Bucharest, Romania

Supporting Girls to Soar in Morocco

Maryam Montague’s organization Project Soar is providing teen girls in Morocco, Uganda, and Syria with the tools necessary to become leaders in their communities and beyond.   Rahet Bally Website Maryam Montague, Founder and Executive Director of Project Soar Headquartered in Marrakech, Morocco; Also Serving Girls in Uganda and Syria 

Abating Human Trafficking in India and Across Southeast Asia

Hasina Kharbhih’s organization Impulse NGO Network (INGON) has revolutionized the fight against human trafficking through its globally-recognized Impulse Model that strengthens prevention mechanisms and facilitates a streamlined process of reporting and reintegration of survivors.  Rahet Bally Website Hasina Kharbhih, Chairwoman and Founder of Impulse NGO Network Meghalaya, India

Weaving Solutions for Rural Indonesian Women

By reviving and popularizing the age-old tradition of weaving in 10 rural communities across Eastern Indonesia, Dinny Jusuf’s organization TORAJAMELO is curbing exploitative outward migration by providing sustainable livelihood alternatives for thousands of women.   Rahet Bally Website Dinny Jusuf, Founder of TORAJAMELO Eastern Indonesia
Nani Zulminarni Photo by Ashoka

A Paradigm Shift in Indonesia: Women Taking the Lead

Nani Zulminarni and her team at PEKKA have transformed the sociopolitical system in Indonesia to recognize millions of women-headed households as the leaders of their families, affecting entire forthcoming generations. Rahet Bally Website Nani Zulminarni, Founder of PEKKA Jakarta, Indonesia