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Carrie Keju

senior director, livelihoods
ckeju@pactworld.org

‘If people cannot eat, we will never succeed’: How integrated development is saving Liberia’s forests

April 10, 2017
With some of the richest biodiversity on the planet, Liberia's forests must be preserved. But for communities who depend on them for a living, the problem requires economic, systemic solutions.

In Liberia, WORTH groups share their success with less fortunate neighbors

March 22, 2017
Not long ago, Vera Dolo considered herself in need of charity. Now she's the one helping struggling families.

‘I never had this idea before’: In Liberia, using entrepreneurship to improve lives & forests

March 22, 2017
Patricia Wantoe never earned income before joining a Pact WORTH group. Today, her business is supporting her family, and she's no longer cutting down trees to survive.

WORTH in Liberia: Yorh's story

March 20, 2017
Yorh Brown, a WORTH member in Liberia, talks about how the program has improved her life and helped protect the country's forests. Pact's WORTH groups in Liberia are part of the FIFES project...

Photo story: WORTH in Liberia

March 17, 2017
Improving lives and saving forests with entrepreneurship.

For a dedicated mother in Vietnam, entrepreneurship is the key to success

January 5, 2017
After a Caesarean section, Pham Ngoc Yen’s savings was drained. With Pact's help, she's now saving for the future.

WORTH’s Global Impact: Empowering Women from Africa to Asia

December 13, 2016
Twenty years after Pact started its first WORTH group in Nepal, the community banking and empowerment model has transformed the lives of more than 400,000 rural women. Learn more at pactworld.org/...

Photo story: Poshereng Kaleh mothers group

October 12, 2016
Pact's SAQIP project is decreasing child deaths by empowering mothers to access health services for themselves and their kids.

Photo story: Now is better than before

October 12, 2016
For members of a Pact mothers group in Gombe State, Nigeria, the present is better than the past.

Photo story: WORTH in Cambodia

July 19, 2016
With no income of her own, Moun Neav was struggling to feed her children. Then she joined Pact's WORTH program.

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