Three months after the earthquake that devastated Nepal, World Pulse members are among the grassroots leaders revitalizing the country.
Following the release of No Ceiling’s report on the global gender gap, World Pulse called out to its online network of tens of thousands of grassroots women leaders from 190 countries to give voice to the data.
"These young girls made me realize that learning is a joyous experience." —Dr. Lulabi Pattanayak
“We must put an end to forced early marriage in my country in order to protect the innocent lives of young girls.” —Dudziro Nhengu
"There is an urgent need for increased awareness on and access to clean, safe, and affordable cooking options like solar cookers, clean cook stoves, and wonder bags." —Olanike Olugboji
"The Ugandan health system is plagued with many issues, but one of the most glaring for me is linked to education." —Angela Kintu Rwabose
"Through my work as a global women’s rights activist, countless American women have shared their stories of abuse, violence, discrimination, and misfortune." —Zainab Khan
"I hope that someday, the family—so highly esteemed in our social structures—will protect women and young girls, and stop apologizing for men when they have wronged women." —Lilian Lindani Mwaita Cirambadare
"I hope I live to see the day that survivors are more than the sum of our traumas. I hope I live to see a world in which survivors are treated as the sum of our triumphs." —Lauren Frei