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Female Social Enterpreneurs Dish Advice on Staying Strong in Conflict-Ridden Zones

Female Social Enterpreneurs Dish Advice on Staying Strong in Conflict-Ridden Zones

Women Ashoka innovators leading social change in war-zone areas discuss about how they protect themselves by staying safe and strong for their team.

These women social entreprenurs shared how hard it is starting a social enterprise in a conflicted area. Women like Sumaira Abdulali, founder of the Awaaz Foundation, and human rights defender Hasina Kharbhih are bravely gambling their footmarks in areas that are unfamiliar and treading unsafe waters to triumphantly bring about social change.

via Staying safe in conflict zones: advice from female social entrepreneurs | The Guardian



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