Development, Microfinance, and Storytelling in Rwanda
Through the Beeck Center for Social Impact and Innovation, I was chosen as a GU Impacts Fellow for Summer 2018, and connected with Akazi Kanoze Access, a youth development NGO in Rwanda focused on supporting vulnerable youth through teaching them skills to join the workforce or start their own business.
This poster was presented at the Global Social Justice Summer Research Symposium on September 21, 2018. At the Symposium, research was presented by the Education & Social Justice Summer Research Fellows, the David F. Andretta Summer Research Fellow, a Raines Fellow, Fulbright fellows, and more.
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WOMEN AND MICROFINANCE: CAN MICROFINANCE ASSIST WOMEN IN POST-CONFLICT DEVELOPMENT TO PREVENT A RETURN TO WAR? Black, Zoe Marie (Georgetown University, 2013)The predicament of women in impoverished, fragile, and post-conflict countries is a major problem that is hindering development in many parts of the world. In the post-conflict reconciliation attempts, women have often ...