Bridget Holcomb, executive director of the Women, Food and Agriculture Network, says that female farmers tend to take a community-oriented approach that also makes it harder for them to secure funding. “We know that, since women are looking at farms that are outside of the box, they’re less likely than their male counterparts to get support,” she says.
The Beijing Beatles are giving the Fab Four new life in China, a country that missed out on Beatles hysteria the first time round.
Developers competed in Myanmar's first-ever hackathon, a 48-hour contest to create tech-based solutions for some of the country's pressing development challenges.
Ursula Cats Puts The Concept ‘Educate One, Empower Thousands’ To Work // The Christian Science Monitorcaseyhynes_xx4q1p 2018-03-15T12:45:32+00:00
Nine years ago, Ursula Cats traveled to Myanmar (formerly Burma) for the first time. That trip changed her life.