「今、私たちは真に自由で、トラクターが動き収入を得ることができる限り、以前の状態に逆戻りすることはありえません。」私は最近チャドを訪問する機会がありましたが、現地でアミナトゥをはじめとする希望にあふれ、自信に満ちた女性たちに感銘を受けました。

Annette Dixon |

“We are truly free, and as long as the tractor is working and helping us generate income, there’s no going back.” On my recent trip to Chad, I was impressed by the optimism and confidence of women…

Annette Dixon |

« Nous sommes vraiment libérées, et tant que le tracteur fonctionne et nous permet de générer quelques ressources, rien ne pourra nous faire revenir en arrière ». Lors de mon dernier déplacement…

Annette Dixon |

An vorderster Front: Schaffen von Humankapital in Tschad

Annette Dixon |

We love local. Whether it’s buying vegetables directly from your local farmer, frequenting a neighborhood business, or working as a community activist, many of us believe that solutions to some of…

Marcus Holmlund, Felipe Dunsch |

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Marcus Holmlund, Felipe Dunsch |

In Gaile Parkin's novel Baking Cakes in Kigali, two women living in Kigali, Rwanda – Angel and Sophie – argue over the salary paid to a development worker: "Perhaps these big…

David Evans |

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