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Published on Jun 2, 2016
In a conversation moderated by CNN Correspondent Kyra Phillips, panelists Alaa Murabit, Founder of the Voice of Libyan Women, and Mandana Hendessi, WfWI Country Director for Iraq and Afghanistan, shared their perspectives and first-hand experiences addressing the needs of women affected by war and raising their voices to effect change.
Since 1993, Women for Women International has been working to transform the lives of women in war-torn countries. We work with the most marginalized women in the most difficult places. And we stay for the long term—helping to create access and opportunity. Within two years, our graduates report a five-fold increase in daily income. At enrollment, women earn an average of 41 cents a day—compared to $1.98 two years after graduation. Invest in a woman today. And together, we can make a change.