WAHA’s Roula Michati, first female director of the psychiatric ward of the Aleppo hospital and a refugee herself, leads group therapy sessions with refugees
Pooja Pant, a Nepalese photographer and filmmaker, teaches various multimedia skills to women from marginalised communities.
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“We are going to have all these night walks and rallies, to really put women in the forefront.”
55-year old Susan Damba has for the past 11 years struggled for the upliftment of the lives of widows in Uganda’s Luwero district.
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