Ngozi Ifeoma Malo Links Energy Poverty to Violence Against Women

By |May 21st, 2015|energy poverty, nigeria, violence against women|

Eisenhower Fellow Ngozi Ifeoma Malo, a leader in Nigeria’s energy sector policies, regulations and programs. Eisenhower Fellows from around the world have gathered in Philadelphia, the program’s home base. Inquirer writer John Timpane interviewed some of the scholars to learn their stories. Nigerian participant Ngozi Ifeoma Malo highlights an important connection: energy poverty and global violence against women. […]

Featured on Book Q&As With Deborah Kalb

By |April 10th, 2015|#mywritingprocess, Dining For Women, human rights, India, land titles, low tech/high impact, photography, violence against women|

Laskhmi Venkata, a widow who has inherited her husband's property, can now support her sons. Photo: Deborah Esposito [...]

Alternative Rites of Passage and Declarations: Moving Beyond FGC – PICTURE OF THE WEEK

By |April 26th, 2013|FGC, health, human rights, Kenya, picture of the week, UN, violence against women|

Maasai girls from the Africa School of Kenya celebrating Alternative RitesThe movement to end Female Genital Cutting - a long-held social norm widely practiced [...]