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The recent flooding in northern Pakistan has created a national calamity of staggering proportions. Many Pakistani organizations are striving to help, including WWB network member Kashf Foundation. Kashf is working on two levels. It has mounted an immediate relief effort and is seeking funds to supply critically-needed food and basic medicines. A donation of $75 will...

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Being a girl in many parts of the world even in the 21st century is not easy. Many girls in the developing world leave secondary school before completion. Even if they complete school, their opportunities for economic independence are minimal, with options typically limited to working in the informal economy or marrying at an early age.

Women’s World Banking is a global network comprised of 40 leading microfinance institutions from 28 countries. The network members are diverse in geography, size and structure but united in the firm belief that microfinance must remain committed to women as clients, innovators and leaders.

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